Persian Snow Festival 2017 proudly presents:
“A Glimpse Into 100 Years Persian Cinema” Night MontBlue Convention Center
The vast geographical area in Western Asia known as Persia has a distinct culture, visual arts, and literature. Cinema was only five years old when it came to Persia at the beginning of the 20 th century. Since then, Persian cinema has gradually developed its own cinematic language adopting the thousands of years of Persian visual arts, storytelling, and poetry.
Persian Snow Festival is proud to offer a glimpse into 100 years of Persian Cinema. The photo exhibition curated and presented by PSF Team an overview of Persian cinema from the silent comedy Haji Agha, the Cinema Actor (1933) to the New-Wave film pioneers of 1950s, and the popular cinema of 1960s and 1970s. It also looks at the New Iranian Cinema that emerged after the 1979 revolution highlighting world-renowned director Abbas Kiarostami and Oscar winning film A Separation.
Complimentary Tea, coffee and Persian pastries.