“The history of Iranian cinema is a narrative caught between censorship and poetry. Since the inception of the medium, film practitioners have been subject to exile, censure, imprisonment and execution. Jafar Panahi is, rather depressingly, the latest in a long line of cinematic martyrs”. Read Dr. Eric Egan’s blog on This Is Not a Film, opening (exclusively at the IFI) this Friday, March 30th [here].
This Is Not a Film runs EXCLUSIVELY at the IFI from March 30th – April 5th. For more information and bookings, please contact our Box Office on 01 679 3477, or visit our website.
AN CAILÍN CIÚIN
LUNANA: A YAK IN THE CLASSROOM
MEET ME IN THE BATHROOM
OTHER PEOPLE’S CHILDREN
THE AGE OF INNOCENCE (30TH ANNIVERSARY)
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