All posts tagged "asghar farhadi"
How They Did It: Asghar Farhadi Lived in the Country of His Spanish-Speaking Stars to Write and Direct Everybody KnowsFebruary 6, 2019
Before I went to Spain to make my new film Everybody Knows—a thriller which follows the tumultuous events that ensue when...
Getting With the Program: Quad Cinema Is the Latest Addition to a Growing Wave of NYC Indie Arthouse ExhibitionApril 17, 2017
“The economics of an arthouse cinema are not kind, I’ll admit,” says C. Mason Wells, Director...
Politically Personal: From Nowhere’s Director on Bringing Out the Humanity of His Undocumented CharactersFebruary 16, 2017
I never thought of myself as a particularly political person, and I certainly never thought of...
Upstaged by Injustice: The Salesman Is About More Than Its Titular Character, Says Actor Shahab HosseiniJanuary 26, 2017
Asghar Farhadi’s newest film The Salesman recently won prizes at Cannes for both Farhadi’s screenplay and for Shahab...
Austin Film Festival and Writer’s Conference for Virgins: Get the Most Out of Your ExperienceJanuary 26, 2017
The four-day Writer’s Conference at the Austin Film Festival, held every October since 1993, is for...
“You Are a Person Seated in Court:” Asghar Farhadi Says Those Watching The Salesman Are More Than SpectatorsJanuary 25, 2017
A door opens, a crime is committed, honor is transgressed, and the conflicts in a literary...
Creative License: Paterson’s Golshifteh Farahani Talks Jarmusch and Breaking Through Iranian Self-CensorshipDecember 26, 2016
We all long for lives filled with extraordinary moments, signs that our individual experiences are different...
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If Only I Could Cannes:
9 Cannes premieres to look out for (that I won’t get to see till they come to New York)May 15, 2013
Festival de Cannes is upon us. Like me, you wish you were there. Or unlike me,...