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  1. The Salma Hayek and Adrien Brody Movie We Didn't Know ExistedRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Film School Rejects

    When is the last time you watched over 400 movies in a year? Unless you're our chief critic Rob Hunter , the answer is more than likely never. There are even movies that slip by those of us whose job it is to watch movies and report back to the masses.

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  2. Sights for Armenians in IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Groong

    Armenia and Iran are going to lift visa requirements. Iranians are frequent guests in our country, while Armenian citizens visit Iran rather rarely.

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  3. Exacting 'Septembers of Shiraz'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Examiner.com

    'Septembers of Shiraz' is a detailed and exacting account of the impact of the Revolution in 1979 on a Jewish family in Tehran. Director, Wayne Blair gets stunning performances out of his ensemble cast starring Adrien Brody as Isaac, Salma Hayek as his wife, Farnez, Shohreh Aghdashloo as Habibeh, and Alon Abutbul as Mohsen in this compelling screenplay by Hannah Weg based on the novel by Dalia Sofer.

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  4. Movie Reviews: 'The Neon Demon' is a Thrilling Tour de ForceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Women's eNews

    If you're in the mood for an edge-of-your-seat thriller this week, go see "The Neon Demon," which opens today. It's Nicholas Winding Refn's latest film, a femme-centric foray into the high stakes glam realm of modelling.

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  5. 'Septembers of Shiraz' a simplistic drama set during revolution in 1979 IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Los Angeles Times

    It's 1979 in Tehran as "Septembers of Shiraz" opens to the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive" and a "Boogie Nights"-esque tracking shot into the home of a wealthy Jewish family throwing a party. It's an ironic song title, though, for jeweler Isaac Amin , his ex-journalist wife and their two children, one of whom is off to college in America.

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  6. Iranian revolution overturns lives and viewpoints in 'Septembers of Shiraz'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | The Jewish Journal

    Adrien Brody plays a self-made Iranian businessman who is arrested and tortured in "Septembers of Shiraz." Photo courtesy of Momentum Pictures How does an Australian director whose only previous feature-length film, "The Sapphires," about a quartet of talented aboriginal girls entertaining American troops in Vietnam, direct a movie about an Iranian-Jewish family caught in the fury of the 1979 revolution? Wayne Blair's "Septembers of Shiraz," based on the novel by Dalia Sofer, is a deliberately focused, mostly realistic, faithfully candid rendition of a singular historical event with an all-too-universal outcome.

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  7. 19 Soldiers Die As Bus Plunges Into Ravine in Southern IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Payvand News of Iran

    According to the reports, all the passengers were soldiers who were coming back from a garrison in Kerman and were heading to the southern city of Ahvaz. Morteza Salimi, an official with the Rescue and Relief Organization, announced that 16 of the passengers died at the scene of the accident and three of them at the hospital.

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  8. In Iran accident, bus plunges into ravine, killing 19 peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | CottageCountryNow.ca

    The official IRNA news agency says that at least 30 other passengers were injured in the accident early Wednesday, which took place on a major road linking the southern cities of Shiraz and Kerman.

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  9. Smithsonian to hold first-ever major Quran exhibit in United StatesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Christian Science Monitor

    The exhibit will be a chance for Americans see rare and historic copies of the Quran up close in the United States and to 'reflect on their own assumptions,' says a Smithsonian official. This image provided by the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery/Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts in Istanbul, Turkey shows "Qur'an," an Ink, color, and gold on paper from the Iran, Shiraz, Safavid period, ca.

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  10. Salma Hayek puts on busty display in sexy tiger print slip at Septembers of Shiraz premiereRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Daily Mail

    A day to remember! Groom, 44, is bitten by a RATTLESNAKE while he and his bride, 33, pose for their official wedding photos Puerto Rican man claims he was Orlando shooter's gay lover and says the Pulse nightclub attack was 'revenge' after Omar Mateen discovered one of the men he'd had a threesome with was HIV positive Texas father, 33, is arrested for manslaughter after his six-month-old daughter dies after being left in hot minivan outside their home Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin died of his injuries in less than a minute after his Jeep crushed him as coroner officially rules it an accident Now Trump questions whether Hillary is really a CHRISTIAN as tells faith leaders we don't know 'anything about Hillary' and claims she will be 'an extension of Obama' North Korea carries out TWO missile tests: Despotic regime launches medium-range Musudans capable of reaching US bases... but at least ... (more)

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  11. Smithsonian will mount first-ever major US Quran exhibitRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Christian Science Monitor

    The exhibit will be a chance for Americans see rare and historic copies of the Quran up close in the United States and to 'reflect on their own assumptions,' says a Smithsonian official. This image provided by the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery/Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts in Istanbul, Turkey shows "Qur'an," an Ink, color, and gold on paper from the Iran, Shiraz, Safavid period, ca.

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  12. This Persian Rug Showroom Is Philly's Best Kept SecretRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Phillymag.com

    Manayunk may not be the hippest neighborhood in Philly anymore , but that doesn't mean it's not home to a few hidden treasures. One such treasure-a magnificent Persian rug showroom-belongs to Parisa Abdollahi , owner of Parisa Rugs and DA cor in Old City, and it seems decidedly out of place along the banks of the Schuylkill.

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  13. Smithsonian to host 1st major US Quran exhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | The Galveston County Daily News

    Pre-Finals predictions aside , watching the Cavaliers end the city of Cleveland's 52-year professional sports title drought Sunday provided a unique sense of jubilation. Last week's highly successful Sentinels of Freedom tournament at South Shore Harbour featured a single all-woman team.

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  14. Iran, the Holocaust, 'Septembers of Shiraz' - and meRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | The Times of Israel

    "Septembers of Shiraz" is a film about a prosperous Jewish family in Iran caught up in the aftermath of the 1979 revolution that overthrew the Shah, based on Dalia Sofer's well-received 2007 novel of the same name and which used her own family's experiences as source material. When the film debuted last year at the Toronto International Film Festival, the reviews were uniformly negative .

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  15. Iranian historical drama 1979 Revolution is now on iOSRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Eurogamer

    Priced at A 3.99 / $4.99, 1979 Revolution follows the exploits of a young photojournalist named Reza Shirazi as he returns to his homeland of Iran after studying abroad. There's civil unrest as much of the country is revolting against its tyrannical ruler, the Shah, but the old adage that "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" doesn't play out as various factions, friends and family have conflicting ideas about the direction they want their country to go in.

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  16. Apple provides access to banned 'anti-Iran' game :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | New York Post

    The makers of a video game banned in Iran for depicting prison torture by the Islamic regime have devised a new way to smuggle it into the country - through iPhones and iPads. "1979 Revolution: Black Friday" - which Tehran in April condemned as "anti-Iranian" and "pro-American propaganda" - released an Apple iOS version on Thursday.

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  17. 'Circumstance' bravely tackles cultural issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | Athens Banner-Herald

    This week, like many of my friends and family deeply affected by the tragic and senseless violence that occurred in Orlando early Sunday, I was left wondering what I could do to help and to find peace. My interest in film goes back much further than the seven years I have been writing about it, and I often look to movies for comfort, escape and a better understanding of life.

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  18. '1979 Revolution' arrives on iOS following Iranian banRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | Engadget

    Shortly after its release in Iran, the country's government banned the sale of 1979 Revolution , a game that allows players to witness the unrest as a photojournalist. Created by former Rockstar Games developer Navid Khonsari, the title combines video games and documentary filmmaker for a first-hand look at the events in Tehran in the late 1970s.

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  19. Smuggled Video=Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 15 | Gateway Pundit

    A video smuggled out of Shiraz, southern Iran shows Iranian morality police flogging teenagers in public for attending a graduation party. Thirty-five men and women were arrested on May 25, 2016, during a raid on a graduation party.

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  20. Iran, Holocaust, 'Septembers of Shiraz' - and meRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 15 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    "Septembers of Shiraz" is a film about a prosperous Jewish family in Iran caught up in the aftermath of the 1979 revolution that overthrew the shah. When the film debuted last year at the Toronto International Film Festival, the reviews were uniformly negative.

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