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Five (2003)

‘Five’, directed by Abbas Kiarostami in 2003, is an Iranian conceptual movie.  The film contains no dialogue, no characters and no plot. Kiarostami sets a DV camera at five locations, each by the sea, and films for fifteen minutes. 259 more words


VIFF 2017: 24 Frames (Abbas Kiarostami, 2017)

The frame holds me.
Straining to see beyond,
I sleep,
caught between
tension & peace.

In the sleep, I dream,
The dream, a window
into what is… 1,266 more words

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APSA to Honor Late Abbas Kiarostami, Newcomer Ilgar Najaf

The Asia Pacific Screen Awards are to honor the late Iranian auteur Abbas Kiarostami with a special prize. It has commended Kiarostami’s final feature “24 Frames” and will give him posthumous admission to the APSA Academy. 170 more words


#9 Shirin (2008), de Abbas Kiarostami

El mito dice que al fallecido director iraní Abbas Kiarostami le aconsejaron recurrir a más estrellas femeninas en sus películas para así llevar más gente a las salas; y el mismo mito dice que el realizador respondió colocando a 114 actrices iraníes (y una francesa) frente a la pantalla, interpretando a las espectadoras de una película ficticia. 149 more words


24 Frames (Abbas Kiarostami, 2017)

Abbas Kiarostami’s final film is a compendium of 24 four and a half minutes sequences, inspired, an opening title card notes, by the late director’s wonderings about still images, paintings and photographs, imagining what might have happened before or after the single instant captured by the artist. 712 more words

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58. "Close-Up", Abbas Kiarostami (1990)

Part of The 100 Greatest Movies I’ve Ever Seen list.

Close-Up aka کلوزآپ ، نمای نزدیک‎ or Klūzāp, nemā-ye nazdīk

dir. Abbas Kiarostami scr. Abbas Kiarostami  199 more words


Nora Niasari’s Waterfall set to screen at MIFF

Melbourne writer-director Nora Niasari’s short film Waterfall, has been selected to have its World Premiere at the 66th Melbourne International Film Festival, which win run from 3-20 August. 384 more words