(Persia Digest) – Rakhshan Bani-Etemad, Narges Abyar, and Aida Panahadeh are taking part in a program titled “Three women – another cinema from Iran” at the Maxxi Museum in Rome.
The Maxxi Museum of Rome has invited Rakhshan Bani-Etemad, Narges Abyar, and Aida Panahadeh
to review their work 22-25 June 2018 with the support of Rome’s Asian Film Festival, CityFest, and Rome Cinema Foundation. Program organizers are Italo Spinelli and Mario Sesti.
On the first day of the program, the movies “Narges” and “Breath”, on the second day “Under the skin of the city”, “Track 143”, and “Esrafil”, and on the third day “May lady” and “Tales” will be screened with Italian subtitles.
Persia Digest reports that the Maxxi Museum is the National Museum of the 21st Century Arts designed by the late Zaha Hadid. It began work in 2010. It also held a program on Iran titled “A thousand and one nights: Unedited history (Iran 1960-2014)” in March 2015.
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