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Mohsen Makhmalbaf, The President

Screen Daily
5 October, 2014

Post date: Sunday, 5 October, 2014 - 23:00

Iranian House Style



Here come the Makhmalbafs. Are they geniuses or is it down to dad, asks Hannah McGill

Iranian House Style - Feature Article  
Sight & Sound April 2004

Samira Makhmalbaf's third feature At Five in the Afternoon confirms her...

Post date: Sunday, 25 April, 2004 - 00:00

The Makhmalbaf Family

Le Monde Newspaper
By: Agnes Devictor
We are acquainted with the director Moshen Makhmalbaf. His films, in particular The cyclist (1989), Salam Cinema (1995), A Moment Of Innocence (1996), Gabbeh (1996), and The Silence (1998), have...

Post date: Thursday, 11 October, 2001 - 14:00

The land without a face

The Guardian
11 Augest 2001
Geoffrey Macnab

Terrible things go on in Afghanistan - everyone knows it. So why is Mohsen Makhmalbaf one of the few film-makers to tackle the subject? Below, the director talks to Geoffrey Macnab; bottom, an extract from his...

Post date: Saturday, 11 August, 2001 - 02:40

Review: Under the Chador

Chicago Reader
April 6, 2001
by: Jonathan ROSENBAUM

The Day I Became a Woman
A must-see

Directed by Marzieh Meshkini
Written by Mohsen Makhmalbaf
With Fatemeh Cheragh Akhtar, Hassan...

Post date: Friday, 6 April, 2001 - 21:00

Review: Outrun Fate? Not for Iranian Women

The New York Times

March 24, 2001
The Day I Became A Woman (2000)
FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW; Outrun Fate? Not for Iranian Women

One of the Iranian cinema's gifts to the world has been to...

Post date: Saturday, 24 March, 2001 - 18:00

Keep it in the Family

The Guardian
10 December 2000

By: Sheila Whitaker
"Dad kick-started Iran's film revolution. Now his daughter and wife are winning prizes worldwide. Sheila Whitaker reports on the magnificent Makhmalbafs"
Our story begins in...

Post date: Sunday, 10 December, 2000 - 16:37


Part of the Book: Salam Cinema (Films of Makhmalbaf Family)
Written by: KIM Ji-Seok
A Cinematic Gem:
The Worldview of A Moment of Innocence
A Moment of Innocence is the film...

Post date: Thursday, 5 October, 2000 - 19:30

The Makhmalbaf Family: Opening New Doors

Part of the Book: Salam Cinema (Films of Makhmalbaf Family)
Written by: KIM Ji-Seok
The Makhmalbaf Family : Opening New Doors
I had the great pleasure of meeting Mohsen makhmalbaf in person at...

Post date: Thursday, 5 October, 2000 - 19:00

Review: The Day I Became A Woman

Chicago Tribune
October 2000
The Day I became a Woman, Review
 Modest in appearance and manner, filmmaker Marziyeh Meshkini hardly presents the picture of a radical. "I am not a revolutionary," she says firmly.
But her...

Post date: Tuesday, 3 October, 2000 - 16:00

Review: The Day I Became a Woman

Year: 2000

By: Alissa Simon
At the Cannes Film Festival, Iranian auteur Mohsen
Makhmalbaf announced proudly, "Four years ago, I stopped making
films and started making filmmakers."  His daughter Samira was the...

Post date: Sunday, 1 October, 2000 - 14:00

Sharon Stone upstaged by Iran's star in a chador

The Telegraph
31 Aug 2000
By: Hugh Davies in Venice

Dự đoán kết quả xổ số miền bắc The Venice Film Festival opened last night with the principal guests, Sharon Stone and Clint Eastwood, almost upstaged by a young woman from Iran.

Appearing on...

Post date: Thursday, 31 August, 2000 - 01:00

The Phenomenon of Makhmalbaf’s Family

Cinema Weekly
Venice, 2000

By: Karimi
In a TV and Media interview with Samira Makhmalbaf and Marziyeh Meshkini alongside each question that was asked from them a question about Makhmalbaf Film House was asked as well. Samira explained...

Post date: Tuesday, 29 August, 2000 - 14:00

Samira Makhmalbaf writes the disasters of the Iraqi Kurds on the blackboard

Cannes Film Festival

Samira Makhmalbaf, whom draw the attention of most of the people present in the Cannes festival toward herself, set foot in a city in the year 1998, which definitely has been a competition center for a vast group of great people active in...

Post date: Thursday, 18 May, 2000 - 13:00

Iranian Film Finds A Boston Home

Art Media Magazine

The film program at the Museum of Fine Arts is currently in midst an Iranian Film Festival that provides the finest showcase yet offered in Boston for this important national cinema. Begun on November 10 and continuing into December...

Post date: Wednesday, 10 May, 2000 - 13:00
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