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A couple, both actors, must move from their dangerous apartment.
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A young girl informs her father that she has been kidnapped and asks him to bring the ransom money to pay for her rescue.
A public event bringing together local arts and sports
The Carry On team returns with their 17th offering in the British film franchise phenomenon dishing out even more madcap innuendo-laden fun with Carry on Camping.
Absolutely Fabulous: Edina and Patsy are still oozing glitz and glamor, living the high life they are accustomed to; shopping, drinking and clubbing their way around London's trendiest hot-spots.
An exploration of the bias cinematic language employed by two expansionist rivals, the British Empire and the Soviet Union, identifies and discusses the available celluloid-based documentation.
Brick and Mirror opens with a mysterious chador-clad woman leaving a baby behind in a taxi.
1960s Qeshm Island. A government officer arrives on the island to investigate the apparent suicide of a political prisoner.
Khosro, a pop singer, lives a hectic life with his wife Tina and their son Moez. His life is further complicated when he begins a love affair with a female fan.
Bring the family to ACMI for a day packed full of free activities that explore the immersive and interactive world of video games.
Ahmad (Farhad Aslani) leads a strict and traditional life at home in an oil town in the south of Iran.
The patriotic and enterprising Kak Saee has bought an old analog video camera to record videos of life in his village in Kurdistan, which he then screens in the local mosque.
Compiled by the late filmmaker’s friend and collaborator, 76 Minutes and 15 Seconds with Abbas Kiarostami paints a moving and intimate portrait of the Kiarostami’s life and career.
Omid and his wife Alla are celebrating his birthday with Arash, Alla’s brother (and Omid’s best friend), and his girlfriend when Omid’s first wife Mitra calls.
While under growing police scrutiny, Azar (Leila Hatami), a mysterious criminal hustler involves herself in various criminal pursuits from smuggling refugees to million dollar land sales.
Khosrow, who suffers from bipolar disorder, is forced to move in with his older brother Nasser and his family, and it's not long until old wounds are opened.
Dormishian’s second feature film, takes the name of a street gang in Tehran that robs and kidnaps people in broad daylight.
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