Iranian Literature

Highlights of the 74th Cannes Film Festival

Carole Bethuel Hi Hollywoodians! Today we’re sharing some of our favorite moments from the 74th Cannes Film Festival. The prestigious festival took place July 6-17 and celebrated some of the greatest actors and filmmakers from around the world! The Festival is back! Tonight at 7:25 p.m., follow the Opening Ceremony …

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Russian season at the Cannes Film Festival

This year, Russia sent six films to the Cannes Film Festival, four in competition and two in non-competitive categories. And the filmmakers won three awards: the Grand Prize for the film “Hytti Nro. 6 ”by Juho Kuosmanen co-produced with Russia – shared with the film“ Ghahreman ”(Hero) by Iranian filmmaker …

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Quotes of the day from Xinhua World News, July 14

NEW YORK – Science, not speculation, is key to determining how COVID-19 has reached humans, and relying on spy agents only replaces science with politics, said John Richard Schrock, former chairman of the biology department at Emporia State University. “We believe the strongest clue of new, credible, and peer-reviewed evidence …

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Iranian border towns, beautiful but underestimated

TEHRAN – Countries are defined geographically and politically by their borders. Borders are fundamentally linked to tourism, as travel almost always involves crossing a political or other border, and border areas are often the first or last area of ​​a country visited by travelers. Iran has a total of 5,894 …

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Yazd will boost astronomical tourism

TEHRAN – Astronomical tourism is expected to be developed in the city of Bahabad in central Yazd province, a local tourism official said. The region’s tourist infrastructure will be improved in the near future, Alireza Kazemi said on Saturday. In addition to its location as one of the darkest vantage …

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Reckless crime | Saturday newspaper

On August 18, 1978, the Rex Cinema in Abadan, Iran was set on fire in an arson, killing over 400 people. Crime is seen as a crucial trigger for the mobilization that led to the revolution the following year. From the outset, this act of terrorism was fiercely contested, with …

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