No hard feelings
Don’t worry! There are No Hard Feelings in Futur Drei!
First-time director Faraz Shariat smoothly sets the main quests of his semi-biographical film from the very beginning. Identity, gender, homosexuality, race, ethnicity, and immigrant status in German society are all brought into question.
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The Contemporary State of Tajik Cinema
International cinema has exclusive images that are profoundly rooted in a certain irreproducible culture. The future of Tajik cinema depends on the evolution of the country’s policies and principal ideologies.
Digital distribution platforms have transformed the way audiences watch films. With the notion of quality in mind, FCC created Watch Nook, an online collection of hand-picked quality titles from the Farsi-speaking region and its diaspora.
a film by Faraz Shariat
A Reflection of Gender and Sexuality in Iranian Cinema
Despite the country’s harsh circumstances, the question surrounding gender and sexuality has been reflected in varied cultural forms such as literature, poetry, painting, and cinema within Iran. In this contributed article, Azadeh M.Kangarani reviews a few of the most influential Iranian queer films.
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In Conversation with Leila Khalilzadeh
“We live in a diverse world, and to make it a better place to live in, we need to make diversity our strength -- not a divisive factor. We should be considerate to include every diverse perspective of all genders, ethnicities, cultures, and so forth, and give them an equal opportunity to voice their opinions and thoughts.”
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For Love of Iran, For Love of Home
It is no secret that censorship is a reality consuming the Iranian artistic and cultural landscapes. And while some filmmakers flee the country to work and explore risky themes, it is home that draws the so-called censorship perpetrators back to Iran every single time.