Asghar Farhadi (born 1 January 1972) is an Iranian film director and screenwriter. For his work as director, he has received one Golden Globe Award and one Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
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"it’s insulting to an audience to make them sit and watch a film & then give them a message in 1 sentence". Asghar Farhadi…
Asghar currently filming a film supported by
If this is a list of foreign films, how's Son of Saul or any of Asghar Farhadi's work not on there.
One of the masters of blocking is Asghar Farhadi. About Elly is a film with perfect, psychological blocking...
We are continuing the Asghar Farhadi season with The Past - TONIGHT!
Cannot wait to see it. The Salesman review: Asghar Farhadi offers layers of Willy Loman
Asghar Farhadi's films will kill you with so much realness & beautiful acting.
Earlier this year put out Songs of Freedom. She spoke with about how the album came to life…
The Salesman: brilliant, tense, heartbreaking, perfect. Asghar Farhadi is an absolute master and genius.
Asghar Farhadi, congratulations for your Oscar for Foreign film with 'The Salesman. h…
Iranian director can't attend Oscars due to Trump's visa ban. And so it begins
Asghar Farhadi is directing a film starring Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem and none of y'all fakes thought to tell me???
Ok that's it!I am up for adoption. Persons answering to the calls of Majid Majidi, Asghar Farhadi and the like can…
Animations and Asghar Farhadi movies are the only thing I'll ever stop running for.
Asghar Farhadi says he'll skip ceremony due to Trump ban unhappy 48
You must watch A Separation if you haven't already. By the same director. Asghar Farhadi ❤️
Picture of the Oscar winner, Asghar Farhadi, in solidarity with Akram Neghabi who is missing her son, Saeed Zeinali…
Asghar Farhadi's searing drama is now streaming on Amazon Prime:
Asghar Farhadi has to be one of the best film directors out there. His movies are always so compelling in their simplicity.
Congradulations to Asghar Farhadi for winning the Oscar.
is now streaming on Prime. Here's why it's worth watching:
THE SALESMAN. Asghar Farhadi is a master of creating unbearable tension out of simple human interaction and damning choices.
Asghar Farhadi’s Oscar winner ‘The Salesman’ is now streaming on Amazon Prime. Our review:
Essential viewing: Asghar Farhadi's "The Salesman" now streaming on Amazon Prime. Here's why :…
Confirmed: Iran's Asghar Farhadi won't be attending the Inauguration Ceremony this coming Friday.
About Elly (2009) directed by Asghar Farhadi. This film is hard but very, very beautiful. How layers of lies packed in the…
Loman in Iran: Asghar Farhadi's excellent "The Salesman" is now available to watch on Amazon Prime
"The Salesman" is now streaming on Amazon Prime. It's essential viewing, and it deserved to win an Oscar:
Wild Strawberries by Bergman, Fireworks Wednesday and Le Passe by Asghar Farhadi, Chungking Express by Wong Kar Wai
film director Asghar Farhadi endorses for president
Oscar-winning director Asghar Farhadi throws his weight behind moderate incumbent before Friday’s poll Iran’s do...
The same thing that makes me feel pride at there being a guy named Ramin Karimloo on Broadway and the West End or Asghar Farhadi winning...
review: Asghar Farhadi offers layers of Willy Loman.
Following his second Oscar, Asghar Farhadi is set to direct Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem: https:/…
Asghar Farhadi is officially one of my favorite directors along Ingmar Bergman, Wong Kar-wai and Todd Haynes.
takes home the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. Well done Asghar Farhadi and team
Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi did not attend Academy Awards in protest against Trump's travel ban. Interestingly he won an…
Farhadi’s The Salesman screened in London ahead of Oscars. Read more:
The Salesman director Asghar Farhadi boycotted the over Trump's travel ban. "My absence is out of respect." htt…
Asghar Farhadi, who did not attend the in a statement following his win for Best Foreign Language Film.
.was the first Muslim woman in space. She accepted the win for filmmaker Asghar Farhadi:
The first Muslim woman in space, accepted the for filmmaker Asghar Farhadi
In honor of Asghar Farhadi's SECOND win for Iran, y'all should go watch About Elly on
'The Salesman' wins Best Foreign Language Film as director stays home in protest of Pres. Trump's travel ban.
Asghar Farhadi won an Oscar for "The Salesman" but was not in attendance in protest of Trump's travel ban…
The letter of protest from Best Foreign Film director Asghar Farhadi
Asghar Farhadi boycotted the because of the "unjust circumstances" of travel ban
Farhadi’s Salesman wins Oscar for best foreign-language film. Read more:
Asghar Farhadi, who boycotted over Trump's travel ban, won Best Foreign Language Film for "The Salesman"
Huge congratulations to Asghar Farhadi on his win for Best Foreign Language Film
Very happy for Moonlight's win. Also for Asghar Farhadi, Mahershala Ali... And that speech by Viola Davis - wow! Loved the tonight!
In case you're wondering who just accepted the Oscar for Asghar Farhadi, her name is Anousheh Ansari..the first Iranian to go i…
Asghar Farhadi's first win was for the brilliant The Separation. Trump should watch it. That's what his policies are doing.…
Iran director Asghar Farhadi wins his second for best foreign film The Salesman but is not there to receive it…
Congratulations to Asghar Farhadi & the cast & crew of on their Oscar. A special win for a great film.
Asghar Farhadi won an Oscar tonight for Best Foreign Film and could not accept it due to the Muslim Ban. I want EVERYONE to…
Asghar Farhadi missed accepting an Oscar to make an important point. And I support him.
Films "create empathy between us and others, an empathy we need today more than ever." -Asghar Farhadi
Asghar Farhadi boycotted the Oscar because of Trump’s travel ban. Just won Best Foreign Language Film.
.— the first Iranian to go into space — accepted the Oscar on behalf of Asghar Farhadi tonight.
'The Salesman wins best foreign language Oscar.'. ...
Congrats to Asghar Farhadi on Academy Award for just hours after thousands packed Trafalgar Sq to see…
I urge you! Please, please, please dive into the brilliant, subtle work of Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi.
"I am sorry I am not with you. My absence is out of respect for the people of my country..." Asghar Farhadi
Asghar Farhadi did not attend the out of respect for the Iranians and people in six other countries affected by the
Statement read on behalf of foreign language film winner Asghar Farhadi denounces "inhumane law that bans entry of immigrants to t…
Asghar Farhadi boycotted the awards because of President Trump's travel ban
Nobody can tell a story better than Asghar Farhadi and Mike Leigh.
comes from Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, Golden Globe and Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Fil…
Asghar Farhadi's "The Salesman" will play in Trafalgar Square on Oscars day, 26 February.
Iranian nominee Asghar Farhadi won't be at the Oscars - but is celebrated that night in Trafalgar Square screening https:/…
Confirmed: Iran's Asghar Farhadi won't be let into the US to attend Oscar's. He's nominated for Best Foreign Language Film...
Asghar Farhadi will not be able to attend the Oscars, where he is nominated, because of the Muslim Ban. Even Hitler let…
Oscar-winning Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi is nominated for another Academy Award this year, but he may not...
Asghar Farhadi's film "The Saleman" has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
my review of The Salesman, the new film from Iranian master Asghar Farhadi, who is now barred from entering the U.S. https:…
Donald Trump Muslim Ban will keep Oscar-nominated director Asghar Farhadi from 2017 ceremony
Asghar Farhadi\'s \'The Salesman\' plays out an emotionally complex domestic tragedy
Today, reviews Asghar Farhadi's The Salesman and what its recent Oscar nomination means now.…
Acclaimed director and screenwriter Asghar Farhadi on how theatre inspires his work.
"I’m always working towards empathy, even with the characters who do wrong" interviews Asghar Farhadi https:…
Attention must be paid. Indeed. on Asghar Farhadi's The Salesman,’ Scenes From a Marriage in Tehran
Iranian Oscar winner director Asghar Farhadi is competing at Cannes festival with his new film "The Salesman".
Poetry, especially traditional Iranian poetry, is very good at looking at t...
Yo y'all need to get on A SEPARATION pronto. Asghar Farhadi is the best.
Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi's film 'The Past' tells a story of an Iranian man.
'Fireworks Wednesday' is another precisely calibrated drama from Asghar Farhadi:
Elina on the "precise miscalculations" of Asghar Farhadi's characters, which feels pretty perfect:
When I see Asghar Farhadi's films, I wonder "When will our cinema get there?" With Kapoor and Sons, I think we are one step closer.
Asghar Farhadi's FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY gets a rave in "Gripping storytelling." Opens today!
I tend to jot down moments, lines, interactions that don't really make any ...
Review: 'Fireworks Wednesday': EW review: Over the past few years, the Iranian director Asghar Farhadi has become…
Also terrific: the latest backlog selection from Asghar Farhadi, FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY. My review:
It's very difficult to talk about religion in Iran because religion has got...
Trailer/Poster premiere for Farhadi's FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY, courtesy of
ICYMI, an excerpt from book, on Asghar Farhadi's Fireworks Wednesday.
Asghar Farhadi’s film, set during the boisterous New Year celebrations in Tehran, dissects the imploding marriage of an affluent couple.
Michael Sragow on Asghar Farhadi's expertly-crafted FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY, now playing at
The rereleased FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY is another triumph for Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi
An excerpt from Tina Hassannia's book, focusing on Asghar Farhadi's Fireworks Wednesday:
Was googling Asghar Farhadi and had no idea he was currently working on a feature about DEATH OF A SALESMAN. Nearly screamed.
FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY (Asghar Farhadi). More earlier work that confirms his mastery. Delerious cinematic fluency.
Asghar Farhadi's Fireworks Wednesday (2006) gets a very belated release in NY and review in NYT
from Asghar Farhadi, director of A Separation and The Past. Heard excellent things about it
You can now finally see Asghar Farhadi’s 'Fireworks Wednesday' in theaters
Asghar Farhadi's Fireworks Wednesday finally hits theaters thanks to I adore this film.
but give me Cristian Mungiu, Walter Salles, Steven Soderbergh, Sarah Polley, Asghar Farhadi, Ryan Coogler for my roundtable.
ABOUT ELLY is another masterpiece from Asghar Farhadi. He's absolutely one of the modern greats.
Got this from a Iranian grocer.Told me he likes Muhammad Abduh.I said I like Asghar Farhadi.Happy 😚
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A SEPARATION Would love to see what a Nuri Bilge Ceylan/Asghar Farhadi co-production would look like
i would especially ban Asghar Farhadi. he makes you ask questions! clearly not cool.
Melica Amina & Asghar Farhadi. Start Modeling on 2000 in Istanbul /Turkey . Awarded as MISS IRAN 2009 in New york...
Asghar Farhadi's About Elly coming to BluRay via Cinema Guild on 18/8/15. We need more releases like this - it is a very important film!
Also considered white by that Huffington Post story: Ang Lee, Ben Kingsley, Ken Watanabe, Rinko Kikuchi, Asghar Farhadi, M…
Madonna presenting the Golden Globe to Asghar Farhadi - accompanied by Peyman Moaadi - for "A Separation" as the Best Foreign Language Film.
Cinema Guild belatedly takes N. American rights to Asghar Farhadi's mystery drama, About Elly, winner of best director at Berlin 5 years ago
When we talk about self-confrontations, we are speaking about moral issues rather than social issues. Asghar Farhadi
"I don’t really believe in endings"—An Interview with Iranian Director Asghar Farhadi |
You should watch About Elly by Asghar Farhadi who also directed A Separation. Just amazing!
most elusive and fever-dream Persian film has got to be ABOUT ELLY. def women's rights buried there. wr/dr by Asghar Farhadi.
Persepolis is wonderful! I enjoyed A Separation by Asghar Farhadi. wonderfully compelling story.
Well that's another stunning film from Asghar Farhadi.
I want to buy DVDs of all Asghar Farhadi movies but only 'A Separation' is available here, ***
watched "the past"by Asghar Farhadi. gruelling and tensemaking but great
i watched this great movie by Asghar Farhadi, A Separation. Have you seen it?
Each Asghar Farhadi film makes me discover newer ways of feeling that I never even knew existed.
Watching Asghar Farhadi's The Past. He is a master of revealing information. A Separation was proof enough, he continues in the same vein.
Winner of Best Actress at Bérénice Bejo is outstanding in Asghar Farhadi's THE PAST - screening 15.50|20.25
Asghar Farhadi's The Past is another big film at Chlotrudis this year, with four nominations including Best Movie, Director, Supporting Actor and Original Screenplay. Farhadi's previous film, A SEPARATION, was nominated for three awards in 2012, and won two, Best Director and Best Ensemble Cast.
Iranian film director Asghar Farhadi honored by the Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters at the France's culture ministry inParis
you that you're screening a documentary. Up-and-coming filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, who delivered the sensational...
Saw a good French movie this weekend directed by great Iranian director Asghar Farhadi. He also did "The Separation" He always throws interesting plot twists into his movies. And no spoon-feeding the audience. It requires you to think. You must pay attention for the big payoff at the end.
Ohhh Asghar Farhadi... you are doing great
In this interview with Rajeev Masand, Asghar Farhadi, Iranian filmmaker and Oscar-winning director of A Separation talks about continuing to make films in hi...
Today, my sister discovered Asghar Farhadi. I am so proud! :3
Director Asghar Farhadi (THE PAST, 2014 nominee for the Golden Globe Best Foreign Language Film from Iran), talks about filming in France in an unfamiliar la ...
Le passé, a french drama by the irani director Asghar Farhadi that focus on the same themes of his last film: A Separation. Great cinema 8.5
Cannes 2013 Red Carpet: Le Passe by Asghar Farhadi ft. Berenice Bejo CANNES - FashionTV is on the red carpet at the 66th ...
Just finished watching Asghar Farhadi's 'The Past'. Not as immediate as 'A Separation' but no doubt in my mind now, this man is a master.
The Past, an explosive tale of relationships in crisis, is another triumph for Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi.
Asghar Farhadi Interview director of the "A Separation" after winning the Golden Globe 2012 best foreign language movie for A Separation, he answered the que ...
Asghar Farhadi talks about his work as an author, director and producer and the topics that interest and fascinate him.
This Sunday night at IFS catch About Elly, the film Iranian director Asghar Farhadi made before the stunning A Separation.
Like his justly acclaimed previous feature A Separation, Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's The Past is about a...
A Separation was wow but Le Passe is even better. Asghar Farhadi is a genius, amazing storyteller. will watch About Elly next.
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi follows A Separation with another intelligent, densely plotted exploration of the tragedies that lurk in the bitter afterglow of love. The Artist’s Bérénice Bejo won...
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's follow-up to the Oscar-winning A Separation is an absorbing domestic drama about the perils of trying to move on before you've made peace with the past.After four years in Tehran Ahmad (Ali Mosaffa) returns to Paris at the request of his estranged wife Marie (Bereni...
FINAL DAY to see Asghar Farhadi's acclaimed drama THE PAST!
Manohla Dargis of NYT says Farhadi has "an art-film director’s resistance to exposition" w/ THE PAST, opening Friday!
"Le Passe" (from Asghar Farhadi a slow unfurling of family dynamics, secrets, performances
TUESDAY TRIVIA 2/18/14 QUESTION ANSWER The new film opening at Railroad Square Cinema this weekend is "THE PAST." Directed by Asghar Farhadi (whose earlier film "THE SEPARATION" won the Best Foreign-language Oscar in 2012), "THE PAST" was considered by many to be a favorite to win that award again this year. Like CINEMA EXPLORATION films "IN BLOOM" and this Saturday's "ILO ILO", "THE PAST" did not receive a nomination. The barest outline for "THE PAST" reveals that it is the story of estranged spouses Ahmad (Ali Mosaffa) and Marie (Bérénice Bejo) reuniting to dispose of their marriage for the purpose of freeing Marie to marry Samir (Tahar Rahim). Tahar Rahim burst into prominence in 2009 in a film in which his character is in prison for much of the film. His performance helped the film receive a nomination for the 2010 Best Foreign-language film as well as for Rahim to win two César Awards as Best Actor and Most Promising Actor. Which of the following films was this? A. "THE EAGLE" B. "GRAND CENTRAL" C ...
Check out the upcoming show times for The Past the new film by Asghar Farhadi, director of A Separation.
A Separation, directed by Asghar Farhadi is screening 5:25pm today. Director Asghar Farhadi, latest movie The...
Coming to Australian cinemas February 6, 2014 More info: THE PAST is the acclaimed new film from Asghar Farhadi, the director of the Acad...
THE PAST, the latest film from Oscar winning director Asghar Farhadi, is in cinemas now thanks to
Though not in English, I would say Asghar Farhadi delivers beautiful dialogue.
Need convincing to see The Past? Here's a review from NYT's critic Manohla Dargis:
Asghar Farhadi talk wth Iranian TV in Tehran airport about his Franco Iranian film Le Passe
Thought Asghar Farhadi's The Past was brilliant until it slid into overwrought melodrama for the last third.
Asghar Farhadi's The Past, wonderfully acted (especially the kids) but overlong. No "A Separation" but still stirring powerful cinema
Back to 'Le passé', directed by Asghar Farhadi at 'A Separation' was brilliant - high hopes for this.
More this evening. Inequality for All at 6pm. Heard very good things. Followed by Asghar Farhadi's The Past. Excited!
It's the most recent film by Asghar Farhadi.
Today's stand-out at has to be 'The Past', Asghar Farhadi's follow up to 'A Separation' with Tahar Rahim & Berenice Bejo. LH 8.15pm.
Asghar Farhadi, the Iranian filmmaker discussed the influence of theater on his work
The Present Flies, the Past Remains: In an interview given last year, Asghar Farhadi, the Iranian filmmaker be...
Drama from A Separation's Asghar Farhadi put forward despite criticism from conservatives
Award-winning Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi sits down with THR to discuss what it has meant for him to win an Oscar for 'A Separation' and his experience .
The Past, by Asghar Farhadi (who also wrote and directed A Separation) is fantastic
WAR-WOUNDS IN BAHMAN GHOBADI - (Fazal Rahman) Contemporary Iranian cinema often focuses “on ordinary people caught in harsh circumstances brought about by sociopolitical, cultural, or natural forces. The devastation created by an earthquake, the wounds and traumas caused by war, the hardships heaped on the poor – these are powerful subjects. And such films manage to address them not with easy sloganeering or smooth sentimentality, but with both penetrating insight and a strong feeling of compassion for those who suffer.”*1 The above statement is a succinct preface to contemporary Iranian cinema. Though there are movies like those of Asghar Farhadi, Tahmineh Milani, or Mania Akbari that focus on the emotional traumas of urban elites and go beyond these class distinctions, they too take part in the same cultural and political anxieties. These movies also tend to focus on bold subject-matters and extend their boundaries by exploring themes that are often considered taboo by far. Themes of illicit affai ...
~ 13 Best Films of 2013 ~ 2013 was an insanely great year for movies, easily one of the finest after a long time. And making a top 10 list this time is no easy job. Anyway, as I am done with most films I needed to watch, here is my list of the 13 films which impressed me or moved me most amongst the many that I loved this year. So, here... we... go! 13. NEBRASKA Captured in crisp black n white visual style & brimming with expressionless wit from start to finish, Alexander Payne's Nebraska is an immensely poignant yet hilarious road-trip adventure that paints an amusing portrait of a father-son relationship and is greatly helped by Bruce Dern's swashbuckling performance to finish as one of the finest comedies of the year. 12. INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS An observation of a reckless individual who refuses to get his life together, Inside Llewyn Davis has no definite plot but still works amazingly well thanks to Coen brothers' sublime direction, remarkable use of dry humour, brilliant performances & exceptional musi ...
First time experienced a Iranian Movie and I'm impressed. A Great Story (Y) and Hats off to Asghar Farhadi (Director)
As he proved in his breakthrough 2011 drama A Separation , the Iranian director Asghar Farhadi has found a highly original way to infuse a…
Did you see this movie? Thoughts? Proud? "A Separation" -- celebrated by critics and audiences alike -- out of the Academy Awards.Tehran's artistic circles are abuzz these days. The question everyone is talking about seems straightforward enough: Which movie should be submitted as a candidate for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film? As it turns out, the answer to that Oscar-worthy question strikes many as obvious, but it is very, very far from simple. Despite the many challenges faced by artists in Iran, the country's movie industry has produced some remarkable works in recent decades, winning critical acclaim and many international awards. Its unofficial hall of fame includes such names as Abbas Kiarostami, Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Jafar Panahi, Mohammad Rasoulof, Bahman Farmanara, Majid Majidi, Bahman Ghobadi, and Asghar Farhadi, each renowned within the international film community. Farhadi is among the most recent additions to this roll of honor. He attracted attention abroad two years ago w .. ...
While Iranian cinema has been winning respect from critics for a couple decades now, it has never had much luck capturing an audience stateside. That’s why the unprecedented mainstream success of Asghar Farhadi is so significant: he leads the charge in reshaping American misconceptions about contemp...
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's latest work "The Past" is arguably his best work offering intelligent direction, a well thought-out screenplay, memorable performances, and good photography. Yet both his "The Past" and "About Elly," recall in parts two celebrated Indian films: Satyajit Ray's "Charulata" and Mrinal Sen's "Ek Din Achanak" My full review is available at
Thank you to all the Golden Globes-nominated directors: Paolo Sorrentino, Thomas Vinterberg, Asghar Farhadi and Abdellatif Kechiche for participating in today's Foreign Language Film symposium! We'll see you on the tomorrow!
The Past : Asghar farhadi * Two years ago, with his widely lauded A Separation, writer-director Asghar Farhadi announced the arrival of a new wave of Iranian cinema: intimate and complex, exquisitely sculpted with the emphasis on family and relationships. Farhadi’s film gave us a glimpse into modern Iranian society, and some of us may have been surprised to find that Iranians are a people with much the same issues and problems that we all have to deal with. That’s why A Separation hit a nerve with audiences worldwide, and why it won awards everywhere, from the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival to Oscars and a Golden Globe in the Best Foreign Language Film category. Now, with his new film The Past, the filmmaker solidifies his reputation as a world-class auteur. But Farhadi is no beginner. Before his international breakthrough with A Separation, he had shot four films that all did well on the festival circuit and made him a household name among insiders. In structure and theme, The Past resembles ...
Asghar Farhadi's new film The Past opens tomorrow here at E Street, featuring Tahar Rahim, the actor who was an...
Maybe next time Lara Spencer could learn how to pronounce Asghar Farhadi's name before hosting a movie awards gala.
One thing my movie going experience in 2013 proved is that it's absolutely impossible to see everything that's released in a year. I'm still finalizing my list (which awaits a viewing of "Her" at least). That said, I've compiled a separate list of all the 2013 films I missed that I wouldn't have minded seeing (and obviously could still see on my own outside of the goal). The first 10 are the Top 10 films of 2013 I haven't seen that I wish I had followed by the rest of the list in alphabetical order...and this is still (STILL) NOT everything: 1. “Before Midnight” (Richard Linklater) 2. “The Wind Rises” (Hayao Miyazaki) 3. “The Broken Circle Breakdown” (Felix Van Groeningen) 4. “The Past” (Asghar Farhadi) 5. “Museum Hours” (Jem Cohen) 6. “Enough Said” (Nicole Holofcener) 7. “Short Term 12” (Destin Cretton) 8. “Stories We Tell” (Sarah Polley) 9. “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints” (David Lowery) 10. “Labor Day” (Jason Reitman) 11. “About Time” (Richard Curtis) 12. “A.C. ...
Entire cast of Asghar Farhadi's The Past gave pitch-perfect performances. Even the kids. Nice to see Tahar Rahim again in a different role.
The ending of Asghar Farhadi's The Past is heartbreaking because I'm not certain what Tahar Rahim knows and does not know at that point.
Asghar Farhadi's is a better detective story than most, and one of the better films of the year. My review:
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has just announced the nine films that will contend for an Oscar nomination. Notable exceptions are previous winner Asghar Farhadi for his new film "The Past" (Iran), Berlinale standout "Gloria" (Chile), Canada's entry "Gabrielle," and our prognosticator...
LA PASSÉ Godfrey Cheshire December 20, 2013 With "A Separation" (2011), director Asghar Farhadi made what was to become the Iranian cinema's greatest international success, a worldwide hit that garnered numerous high-profile awards culminating in Iran's first-ever Best Foreign-Language Film Oscar. The film seemed to position its creator as an artist ready to leap from Iran onto the world stage, a promise handsomely fulfilled in its French-made follow-up, "The Past," another brilliantly mounted drama concerning fracturing families, hidden motives and the difficulties of attaining stability in a rapidly changing world. Previous Iranian directors to achieve international renown evidenced strong ties to their nation's culture, especially its traditions in poetry, philosophy, literature and cinema. Farhadi by contrast, who came out of the theater and has cited influences such as Tennessee Williams, seems more readily adaptable to cultures beyond his own. And while "A Separation," which depicted a couple split ...
"Backward to Somewhere" por MANOHLA DARGIS via NYT by IFTT
The Past: For writer-director Asghar Farhadi, devising a film to follow the great success of his Oscar-winnin...
Asghar Farhadi's THE PAST proves even better than his 2011 Oscar-winning A Separation.
Review: Asghar Farhadi's Mature, Complex & Impressive 'The Past' (IndieWire) one of those movies I want to see immed
I interviewed Asghar Farhadi back in Here's my profile of him, up at Love "The Past".
As he demonstrated in his Oscar-winning "A Separation," Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi has a passion for drama and a gift for the realistic depiction of intense emotional situations, a talent he takes full advantage of in his new film, "The Past."
Finally tonight, reports on how Oscar-winning director Asghar Farhadi is bridging the gap between the U.S. & Iran.
a great interview on site with Asghar Farhadi
Interview: Asghar Farhadi on why 'The Past' is a brother to 'A Separation'
Asghar Farhadi won the Oscar for the Best Foreign Film in 2012. The Iranian director, one of the finest filmmakers in the world today, speaks to Rediff.com in an exclusive interview. | Oscar winner: Iranians are familiar with Bollywood
Review: The Past is another emotionally complex triumph from Asghar Farhadi
After winning multiple awards (including the foreign-language Oscar) for the 2011 “A Separation,” Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi made an abrupt change with “The Past,” set in Paris and film...
THE PAST | A film by Asghar Farhadi | By the Director of A SEPARATION | New York and Los Angeles December 20! Coming Soon to a City Near You!
Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi solidifies his status as one of cinema's finest living dramatists with The Past, a superb follow-up to his 2011 Oscar-winning A Separation, which again situates audiences amid interpersonal, familial and household crises. Working from a scr...
The Past (Le Passé) is the latest work of Asghar Farhadi that is nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film award of Golden Globe 2014. It is early to be certain about Farhadi's future works. But by having seen A Separation and The Past, one may see a harmony and probably a pathway, of the kind that Woody Allen has made for himself in a series of his movies. Allen recently has written and directed a series of scenarios that all have a few elements in common. These are individual liberty and unconditional decision making (just to be concise) that were developed and promoted by Sartre and De Beauvoir. Even Allen is not satisfied by subtle presence of them in the scenario. He leverage his fame and charisma (in the cinema) to show up (or as the story teller) in his movies and read loud from Sartre's books. Others have also imitated that. Therefore, it would not be a surprise to hear Sartre's quotes in Blue Is The Warmest Color (a marvellous movie and the competitor of The Past in Golden Globe 2014) in ...
A hit at this year's Cannes Film Festival where it snagged its lead actress Bérénice Bejo the Best Actress prize over some tough competition from the likes of Marion Cotillard and Tilda Swinton, Asghar Farhadi's follow-up to "A Separation," "The Past," finally opens this Friday in select theaters, d...
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Asghar Farhadi reveals his atypical screenwriting process and why he thinks God may have been involved in the making of The Past.
A Bitter Ending is Always better than an endless bitterness About Elly (Movie by Asghar Farhadi)
Writer-director Asghar Farhadi came on most of our radars after his nomination (and subsequent win) for the phenomenal masterpiece, A SE
Review: 'The Past' unlocks a domestic puzzle - Asghar Farhadi&domestic drama "The Past" follows his exceptional, Oscar-winning "A Separation" and his very fine "About Elly." Farhadi is a hugely talented filmmaker, a storyteller with an uncommon touch for capturing the dramatic currents that course through families and refract between parents and children.
Director of A Separation, Asghar Farhadi talks to AISFM students.
I begin with a few things that are scattered and I just make scattered notes for myself. And then almost like a mathematical endeavor, I try to place these incidents next to each other. And then I walk, and it's when I walk that these things come through my mind. I was writing the story in Paris, in my house, and all the houses in Paris have wood floors and when you walk they squeak and creak a lot. When there's some excitement in the story I walk back and forth faster in the same room. One day a neighbor downstairs called and said, "I have no peace because there's so much noise." He asked, "What do you do up there to make so much noise?" I said, "I'm writing a screenplay." He said, "me too, I'm writing a screenplay downstairs but I don't make any noise." I said, "Well, I'm sure your story's not going to be very good because there's no excitement down there taking hold of you if you're sitting still in a chair the whole time." - Asghar Farhadi
Another masterpiece from the director Asghar Farhadi ( a seperation/about elly). Nominated for best foriegn language movie @ Golden Globe awards 2014. Probably a secure spot in same category in Oscars 2014. So deep & questioning our own conscience as always! 8.5/10
Just watched "A Separation" by Asghar Farhadi, this is a good find if you haven't seen a foreign language film for a while. Came across it a long time ago through one of Ebert's recommendations, but only just got around to watching it. There's a lot going on here: religious, psychological, justice, class, morality, ethics... Very intriguing. Who has a murder trial with no lawyers!?
Asghar Farhadi had made some well-respect films before A Separation, but his Oscar-winning film made him a worldwide sensation. He's back with The Past, ...
"The Past", Directed by Asghar Farhadi is one of the 5 foreign films, which have been nominated for the Golden Globe award.
Award season screenplay downloads It’s that time of year when studios make available PDFs of movie scripts for award season. THE PAST a film by Asghar Farhadi
Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi has created one of the best screenplays of the year with "The Past," a measured domestic drama where every frame counts. In a recent Q & A with the LA Times' Mark Olsen, Farhadi, with help from a translator, discussed the film, his idiosyncratic writing process...
Asghar Farhadi (director and writer of 'The Past') chats with Gold Derby editor Rob Licuria.
~ Asghar Farhadi is on the Golden Globes' nominees list again!
Asghar Farhadi's "The Past" is nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Golden Globe. Personally, I think this year "Blue is the Warmest Color" might win.
THE PAST director Asghar Farhadi: "To me, audiences like complication. It's a mistake and misconception to think that one has to state everything clearly and simply for the audience to be able to follow the character..."
THE PAST by Asghar Farhadi, Writer/Director, nominated for Best Foreign Film at the Golden Globes Reaction Farhadi: "It is great news to have my film nominated for the second time. My special thanks are to Hollywood Foreign Press Association. I have great memories from being at the Golden Globes ceremony last time, and I’m looking forward to going there again." List of the nominees:
THE PAST director Asghar Farhadi says the illusion that audiences don't like complication is hurting American cinema.
Asghar Farhadi of the Oscar-winning 'A Separation' looks to 'The Past'
Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi explores family bonds in a different way in his new movie, 'The Past.' Asghar Farhadi's "A Separation" not only won the foreign-language Oscar, it was also the rare foreign-language film to break through to a nomination in a more mainstream category, earning a nod...
Our next show, 15 December: ABOUT ELLY Darbareye Elly Iran/France 2009 119 mins. Cert 15 Director: Asghar Farhadi A group of Iranian friends take a short holiday to the shore of the Caspian Sea. Elly, the teacher of one of their daughters, comes along to meet a teach...
Sony Pictures Classics has released its first trailer for "The Past," the latest film from Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, of 2012 Oscar winner "A Separation."
Golden Orange continues with discussions on cinema This year’s Golden Orange Film Festival sets out to tackle the future of Turkish cinema through a series of challenging discussions. Şükrü Avşar, a well-known Turkish producer, said the grants were too few and the movies that produced were not of a high enough quality, while veteran actress of Turkish cinema Türkan Şoray said there were not enough halls to accommodate all the films. The films that are at the 50th Golden Orange film festival, as well as at other festivals, have to be screened in 200 cinema theaters, according to Şoray. Howeve, there was little chance for this, she added. Şoray met the press along with the jury members of 50th Golden Orange; directors Reis Çelik and Ümit Ünal, producer Şükrü Avşar, actor Mahir Günşiray, academic Prof. Dr. Feride Çiçekoğlu, cinema critic Burçak Evren and CNNTürk Programs Coordinator Aslı Öymen, opera artist Rahman Altın, screen director Zekeriya Kurtuluş and Antalya governor Musta ...
Asghar Farhadi's Le Passe is yet again a pure masterpiece. Loved it, as much as I loved "Separation" and "About Eli". Excellent directing.
Asghar Farhadi - The Past Iran's submission for the foreign-language film Academy Award
Oscar’s Final Foreign-Language List Includes a Few Surprises Saudi Arabia and Moldova have their first entry; Pakistan is repped for the first time in 50 years; Montenegro is submitting for the first time as an independent country; and there are a record 76 films in the Academy’s official roster of foreign-language entries. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences released its list Monday, after a review by the exec foreign-language committee. The roster had been expected to be unveiled Friday, as the panel convened that morning to review the submissions. The delay was a clue that some of the films required more investigation into their eligibility. The Czech Republic had submitted the Agniezska Holland film “Burning Bush.” But the Acad’s official roster named Jiri Menzel’s “Don Juans” for the country. The Holland film had made the festival rounds, but was also a TV miniseries, which may have led to the disqualification. The Acad allows each country to select its own submission and co ...
Asghar Farhadi “Our vocabulary has expanded in last 100 years but are we communicating more? Silence is when we understand the most.”
Le Passe(ThePast) another masterpiece by Asghar Farhadi,defiantly deserves the Oscar for best forighn language film
Asghar Farhadi who gave us A Seperation two years ago and won, is entering with The Past for this year's Best Foreign Picture
Nobody reveals secrets and builds tension as masterfully as Asghar Farhadi.
Iran's Asghar Farhadi does it again with The Past, another engaging domestic drama-mystery-social critique mix
I'm going to the a week today! Here's a preview of Asghar Farhadi's The Past:
Directed by Asghar Farhadi. With Bérénice Bejo, Tahar Rahim, Ali Mosaffa, Pauline Burlet. An Iranian man deserts his French wife and two children to return to his homeland. Meanwhile, his wife starts up a new relationship, a reality her husband confronts upon his wife's request for a divorce.
Writer/Director Asghar Farhadi (The Past, 2013) in conversation with Raya Abirached (MBC, Scoop With Raya) at The Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas ...
Asghar Farhadi movie candidate for Academy Award and history of Iranian films…
Just finished Asghar Farhadi's A Separation. It chipped away a bit of my heart.
"The past" beautiful movie by Asghar Farhadi at Zagreb film festival. We are waiting for the festival to publish the schedule and we will organize a game to win 20 tickets. Prepare yourself !
reviews Asghar Farhadi's The Past! Catch the 2nd screening on Oct. 5 at
A must see in Golden Orange, Antalya: "Past" by Asghar Farhadi, who received academy with "A Separation", one of the greatest storytellers.
Asghar Farhadi's 'The Past' to go on screen at Dubai Filmfest - Press TV
Oscar winning director, Asghar submitted for Foreign-Language Oscar by
I'm cursing myself for not watching A Separation (2011) earlier. Turns out I'm Asghar Farhadi's latest fan. Got to check more of his works.
Just watched by Asghar Farhadi. amazing wonderful movie
Full schedule for Cinémental, Winnipeg's french-language filmfest, is now up. Just added: Asghar Farhadi's Le Passé
15th Mumbai Film Festival . The 15th Mumbai Film Festival (MFF) will open with Hollywood’s much talked about film The Butler, starring Oprah Winfrey and Forest Whitaker and directed by Lee Daniels. The MFF, organised by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI), will be held from October 17–24, 2013 at three cinema halls in Mumbai. Supported by Reliance Entertainment, this year’s event focusses on cinema from Spain, Afganistan, France and Cambodia apart from Indian films. International restored classics will also be showcased. The line-up consists of over 200 films from 65 countries with films of directors such as Asghar Farhadi and Rituparno Ghosh as well as younger filmmakers. Kamal Haasan (Indian actor-director) and Costa-Gavras (French director) will be honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award and their films will be screened. Here’s a list of films for 15th Mumbai Film Festival: Opening Film 1. The Butler Dir.: Lee Daniels (USA / 2013 / Col. / 132’) International Competition for the Fir ...
2 more things Si, we have famous movie agents you may know: oscar winner asghar farhadi, abbas kiarostami, shohreh aghdashlo and.
'The Past,' 'Wadjda' lead foreign-language Oscar submissions. I love Asghar Farhadi but this year I'm definitely rooting for 'Wadjda'.
Ended the day with the new film from Asghar Farhadi. I loved the first half, but it lost me as it turned into series of reveals.
I have not seen Le Passé the new film Asghar Farhadi made but I definitely want to. I Hope it gets him success like A Seperation did.
THE PAST / LE PASSE is compelling... Layers of miscommunication & revelation, amazing cast. Asghar Farhadi is a master storyteller.
Iranian actress Leila Hatami to serve in Turkish jury panel World-famous Iranian actress Leila Hatami is slated to attend the 2013 edition of Golden Orange International Film Festival in Turkey. Hatami has been selected to serve at the jury panel of 50th edition of Turkish film festival that will be held in Antalia. Born October 1, 1972 in Tehran, she made her professional entry into cinema with Dariush Mehrjui's film Leila (1998) as the title character. Hatami who has worked with some of the most celebrated Iranian directors has been paid tribute in a number of festivals and received several international awards. She also starred as the leading actress in Asghar Farhadi’s Academy Award winning movie A Separation. Two Iranian movies are also to represent the country’s cinema at the Turkish film festival. Iranian feature-length movie The Last Step directed by the actor and filmmaker Ali Mosaffa will be screened at the event. Inspired by James Joyce's short story The Dead, the film recounts the story of ...
Iran's entry Asghar Farhadi's The Past is one of my fav's for Foreign Language Oscar His A Separation was outstanding
Imagine a movie. Asghar Farhadi directing it & Choi Min-sik acting in it.
I liked a video Asghar Farhadi talks "The Past" at Tiff '13
At for a 9pm screening of Asghar Farhadi's The Past, with Cannes Best Actress winner Bérenice Bejo.
In big, round-the-block lineup to see Asghar Farhadi's The Past at
'A Separation' by Asghar Farhadi, one of the best movies I've seen in the last few months ;)
'The Past' by Asghar Farhadi bagged the Foreign Film Category entry for Iran. Wish you better luck next time Khosro Masoumi sir, your movie 'The Bear' was also an outstanding one.
Iran has submitted Le Passe, the latest film from Une Separation director Asghar Farhadi, for Oscars consideration in a move opposed by conservatives, who say the film is too French.
Asghar Farhadi .. again The Oscars. this time presenting Le Passé... best of luck man! you deserve the Oscars for this film really!
The Past - Le Passé, new film of Asghar Farhadi (the director of A Separation) selected as Iran's representative for the Oscars 2014.
Le passé , a master piece. Asghar Farhadi did it again.
Derami sade va ziba Interesting deram by Asghar Farhadi.
My five: Geetha Thoopal: Separation Asghar Farhadi This Iranian movie which won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 2011 is a delight to watch. A multi-dimensional movie which explores a f...
Turkey's Golden Orange film festival to open World Bulletin/News Desk Turkey's longest-running cinematic gathering, the Golden Orange Festival, is set to open its doors for the 50th time to moviegoers on October 4 in the southern resort city of Antalya as organizers are planning to keep the celebration "modest" due to budget-constraints. The chairman of the Antalya Culture-Art Foundation, one of the organizers along with the festival with Antalya Metropolitan Municipality, Tufan Dagistanli conceded they have a limited budgets of 6 million Turkish liras, but added that they did not face any disruption. Despite being forced to cancel two corteges in Burdur and Isparta, Dagistanli said they will organize a symbolic cortege in a carnival atmosphere at Antalya. "We aim to stage a cortege by decorating public vehicles and with the help of hotels staff. EXPO 2016 Antalya Agency will take part in the cortege of cars they decorated with the theme of flowers and children. A group from Anatolian Fire will attend as ...
Golden Orange to be low-cost this year ANTALYA - Anadolu Agency Financial issues are forcing organizers of the International Golden Orange Film Festival to vow more “modest” ceremonies for the event’s golden anniversary this year, but Turkey’s premier film event will still provide a fantastic platform for up-and-coming talent. Most of this year’s competition films are from young filmmakers, said Antalya Foundation for Culture and Arts (AKSAV) head Tufan Dağıstanlı. “Our goal is to bring Turkish cinema back to life with fresh blood. We want to support Turkish cinema and keep this art alive with new films and new directors.” The festival’s 50th anniversary will be held this year in the southern province between Oct. 4 and 11 in the southern province of Antalya, albeit with less glitz due to financial troubles at both AKSAV and Antalya Metropolitan Municipality. Dağıstanlı said they were preparing for the festival with a team of 250 people and a budget of nearly 6 million Turkish Liras, ...
Mr. Asghar Farhadi will be in the Film Festival . :( and i cant just even have his glimpse ... :o
Agha Asghar Farhadi...we proud of him
New review: Asghar Farhadi's second masterpiece in two years, THE PAST (LE PASSE), is out in Paris. Our thoughts.
"Gradually I realized that the blanks between the lines are as important as the lines themselves." – Asghar Farhadi
TODAY AT SALA MONTJUIC from 20.30h. A Separation, Asghar Farhadi, Iran, 2011 . The richly deserved winner of the...
If I had to sum up Iranian . director Asghar Farhadi's . movie 'The Past' it would be,. "when domestic problems . blow up in your face".
Asghar Farhadi's is showing here but I don't think they have it with subtitles. WHY. :(
Asghar Farhadi's work reminds me so much of Ingmar bergman's work-subtle & moving study of human relations & contact.
Our review of Asghar Farhadi's new film, the masterpiece family drama The Past, is online now. Enjoy, please.
Sir, did u happen to watch this Oscar winning Iranian movie called "A Separation" by Asghar Farhadi ??
director Asghar Farhadi joins other artists 4 protest in front of government SHUT House of Cinema.
Film Museum of Iran holds private screening of "The Past" with Asghar Farhadi
Writer/director Asghar Farhadi offers this revealing look at the Iranian middle class by examining how one simple lie can open up a Pandora's box of problems.
Press conference Strasbourg, 11 June 2013 / 17h-17h30 Invitation to the attention of journalists Subject: EU-US Trade Agreement Creators go to Strasbourg to defend the exclusion of culture in EU-US trade agreement. A delegation of creators, artists, performers and directors members of the coalition of the 6200 creators who have submitted a petition to the European Parliament will be in Strasbourg next Tuesday, June 11. press conference is scheduled from 17h to 17h30 at the European Parliament. This press conference aims to defend the massive European Parliament vote in favor of the exclusion of cultural and audiovisual services, including online services, from the EU-USA trade agreement and to update on the state of negotiations on the eve of the Council Foreign Affairs that will take place on 14 June 2013. To date, the following creators, members of the delegation, confirmed their presence in Strasbourg: Bérénice Bejo (French Actress, Best Actress Award at Cannes for The Past by Asghar Farhadi, César ...
JAKE COYLE AP Entertainment Writer= CANNES, France (AP) — Bruce Dern has taken best actor and Berenice Bejo has landed best actress at the Cannes Film Festival. The 76-year-old Dern stars in Alexander Payne's "Nebraska" as an aging, alcoholic on a road trip with his son, played by Will Forte. Bejo, the "Artist" actress, won for her performance in Asghar Farhadi's "The Past." She plays a single mother balancing an ex-husband and a fiance. The awards were chosen by a nine-member jury headed by Steven Spielberg. Said Spielberg: "We crossed the world through these films." The 12-day Cannes Film Festival is drawing to a close Sunday night with an award ceremony before a screening of the South African drama "Zulu."
Bruce Dern has been named the best actor of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival for his role in Alexander Payne's "Nebraska," and Berenice Bejo has been named best actress for Asghar Farhadi's "The Past," a jury headed by Steven Spielberg announced on Sunday night in the South of France.
We're hoping for prizes for Abdellatif Kechiche, Paolo Sorrentino, Coens and others... Rumour is that Asghar Farhadi's The Past has won big
After our first incredibly successful night infiltrating The Great Gatsby, our second was a complete disaster. We failed to secure a seat at Sofia Cappola's new film The Bling Ring and fell asleep just as phone's were abuzz with directions to the after party. Day 3 however will go down as my most memorable ever. Producer, Peter Furst and I spent the day canvassing sales agents and distributors, looking for a team to release our films, Reservoir Cats and Smash - The Movie. We followed some fellow Cannes wannabes to the promise of a free lunch at the Hong Kong Pavilion only to be informed that we weren't on the list. Furst and I headed up to the Warner Bros suite at the Ritz Carlton as Joel Edgerton had promised to do an interview with us at the Gatsy after party. No dice. I went back home to chillax before my next red carpet caper and Furst resigned himself to getting inebriated at someone else's expense. I'd secured a balcony seat for the premiere of Asghar Farhadi's new film Le Passé (The Past). The syn ...
Asghar Farhadi was born in 1972 in Iran. He became interested in cinema in his teenage years and started his filmmaking education by joining the Youth Cinema Society of Esfahan in 1986 where he made 8mm and 16mm short films. He received his Bachelors in Theater from University of Tehran's School of Dramatic Arts in 1998 and his Masters in Stage Direction from Tarbiat Modarres University a few years later. During these formative years, Farhadi made six shorts and two TV series for Iran's National Broadcasting Corporation (IRIB) of which "A Tale of a City" is most noteworthy.In 2001, he debuted in professional cinema by co-writing the script for Low Heights (2002) (Ertefae Past), a post-911 political farce chronicle of Southwest Iran, with famed war film director, Ebrahim Hatamikia. The film was met with both critical and public success. The following year, Farhadi made his directorial debut, Dancing in the Dust (2003) (Raghs dar Ghobar), about a man forced to divorce his wife and go hunting snake ...
Bina Paul who curates IFFK should be in Cannes, which opened today , scouting films for the next edition of the Trivandrum Film Festival . With Ganesh Kumar out of the way things must be easier for her . Last time we had a good pick of Cannes entries . Among the attractions at Cannes this year are films by some of my favorites .1 Asghar Farhadi -" The Past" 2 Coen Brothers -" Inside Lewyn Davis" 3 Stephen Sodberberg- " Behind Cardalbraca" 4 Hirookazu Koreeda - " Like Father Like Son " . There are also latest films by Paolo Sorranttino , Sofia Coppola and Romain Polanski.Happy that Cannes has a special screening of the Hindi film which I liked " Bombay Talkies" Hello Bina .Hope you will take care as ever.
Screening today at is BEAUTIFUL CITY -- a hard-to-find early film from Iranian master Asghar Farhadi:
Also excited to see new films from Alexander Payne and Asghar Farhadi in the line-up. And the Coens, but that goes without saying.
If you haven't seen Asghar Farhadi's truly brilliant film that won the best foreign language Oscar 2012, watch it very soon.
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