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Festival Exhibition
Tehran

The Festival Exhibition offers information about the international awards won by the Iranian cinema, (e.g. the Golden Palm of Cannes, Lion of Venice, Bear of Berlin, etc.). Visitors can also gain information about Iranian film festivals, and see the 45 awards currently on display which were given to works of the Iranian cinema in the course of the years. Another interesting section of this exhibition is the special booths introducing the acclaimed Iranian filmmakers who have won world recognition for our country, such as abbas kiarostami, Jafare panahi and the Makhbal baf family. As another attractive feature, visitors can watch parts of the award winning films of the Iranian cinema.

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