TEHRAN –(Iranart)- “Erdebilliler”, an encyclopedia of the mystic school of Sheikh Safi ad-Din Ardebili (1253-1334) compiled under the supervision of Turkish author Coskun Kökel was unveiled during a meeting in Ardebil on Friday, the Persian service of IRNA reported on Saturday.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) – An exhibition displaying a selection of photos of the Iranian Olympic gold-medalist wrestler Gholamreza Takhti, whose manly virtue and social activities during the 1960s made him a national hero, opened at Sheis Gallery in Tehran on Friday.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) – Splinter Cell, the first novel in the Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell fantasy series written by David Michaels, has recently been published in Persian in Tehran.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) – Top animator Mahin Javaherian and actress Maryam Saadat, who also has a long career in puppet theater, were honored for their lifetime achievements in children’s cinema during the 32nd International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Isfahan on Friday.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) – The soundtrack from the acclaimed Iranian animated movie The Last Fiction by Ashkan Rahgozar is scheduled to be released by MovieScore Media, a Swedish record label devoted to original film scores, the Hoorakhsh Studio in Tehran announced on Saturday.
Directed by Hossein Soheili Zadeh, the new series Mannequin had a private screening at the Kourosh Cineplex. Cast and crew members attended Friday’s event. Penned by Babak Kaydan, Mannequin hit home screens on August 24. series is about Kaveh and Hamta who start a new romantic relationship, but they have to face many challenges due to socio-economic issues. The cast includes Mohammad-Reza Foroutan, Merila Zarei, Nazanin Bayati, Amir-Hossein Arman, Farzad Farzin, Linda Kiani, Elham Pavehnejad, Reza Tavakkoli and Behzad Khalaj.
Curated by Farbod Morshedzadeh, a group exhibition by Iranian artists, titled Profile, is underway in Vali Gallery until 8 September.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) – A House for You directed by Mehdi Bakhshi Moghaddam has won the award for best feature documentary at the 11th Independent Celebration of Iranian Documentary Cinema, which is part of the Iran Cinema Celebration.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) – Iranian photographer Mahbubeh Farajollahi has won the Bronze Medal at the 1st Armenian International Photo Festival (AIPF) in Yerevan, Armenia.
Tehran’s Vista Gallery is the venue for a new group exposition. The Probably Truth is the title of the multimedia exhibition, showcasing works by 9 artists. Curated by Asieh Salimian, the program runs until 6 September.