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Tehran Times - Iran's Leading International Daily

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    TEHRAN -- Hollywood’s plans for the production of films which promote Iranophobia were scrutinized during a conference in Tehran on Monday.

     
    The Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance was the main organizer of the one-day conference that was entitled “The Hoax of Hollywood”, Persian-language media outlets announced.
     
    “The distortion of historical facts in movies such as ‘Not Without My Daughter’, ‘300’, and finally ‘Argo’ convinced us to hold the conference, which is Iran’s first collective and strong response to the populist approach,” conference secretary Mohammad Lesani said in a press release.
     
    “One of the main aims of the meeting is to unify all cultural communities in Iran against the attacks of the West, particularly Hollywood,” he added.
     
    He said that the conference plans to sue Hollywood. 
     
    French lawyer Isabelle Coutant-Peyre, who also attended the conference, will represent Iran in an international court.
     
    She represented Zacarias Moussaoui early on during his imprisonment, while he was awaiting trial for his role in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. 
     
    Lesani also said that the conference plans to send a statement to the 22nd session of the Human Rights Council, which opened in Geneva on February 25 and will run until March 22.
     
    UN special rapporteur for human rights in Iran Ahmed Shaheed presented a report at the session on February 28, in which he voiced concern over what he called an apparent rise in the frequency and gravity of abuses in Iran, and claimed that the Islamic Republic had failed to investigate “widespread, systemic, and systematic violations of human rights.”
     
    An official campaign has been mobilized against Hollywood after Ben Affleck’s Iran hostage drama “Argo” was selected as best picture at the Academy Awards on February 24.
     
    In Iran, “Argo” was officially viewed as an “anti-Iranian” film after it premiered in the U.S. on October 12.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian drama “Meeting Leila” will compete in the 4th Bari International Film Festival, which will be held from March 16 to 23 in Italy.
     
    Director/actor Adel Yaraqi has helmed the film based on a screenplay by world-renowned Iranian auteur Abbas Kiarostami.
     
    “Meeting Leila” follows a young woman who demands her chain-smoking fiancé to quit smoking before their marriage. This poses a problem for her fiancé, an advertising agent for whom smoking is an integral part of her creative process.
     
    The film will go on screen in the International Panorama section of the festival on March 20 at Bari’s Petruzzelli Theater. 
     
    The film’s star Leila Hatami, Kiarostami, and Yaraqi are scheduled to attend the screening of the film.
     
    Over 400 movies will go on screen during the eight-day festival,  which hosted over 55,000 spectators during the past edition in 2012.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian movie “Taboor” has won the Critic’s Prize at the 15th Deauville Asian Film Festival in France.
     
    Directed by Vahid Vakilifar, the film was awarded the Lotus Air France (Prix de la Critique Internationale) at the festival, which was held from March 6 to 10. 
     
    “Taboor” is about a man who seeks to protect his hypersensitive body from a daily rise in temperature caused by pervasive electromagnetic waves.
     
    The movie received the First Special Mention at the 53rd Thessaloniki International Film Festival in Athens, Greece in November 2012.
     
    The French company DreamLab Films is the distributor of this film.
     
    “ID” by Kamal KM from India won the best film prize at the festival. “Four Stations” by Boonsong Nakphoo from Thailand and “Mai Ratima” by Yoo Ji-tae from South Korea shared the Jury Prize of the event.
     
    The Deauville Asian Film Festival (the Festival du film asiatique de Deauville) takes place annually in Deauville, France since 1999 and focuses on Asian cinema. A film competition was added to the festival in 2000 and a video competition in 2002.
     
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    TEHRAN – The shooting of “Laleh”, a controversial movie project about the first Iranian female race car driver, Laleh Seddiq who is known as “little Schumacher”, finally began on location in Tehran on Monday.
     
    The film project, which is also being supported by the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, and the Iran Cinema Organization, provoked backbench opposition.
     
    MPs said that the story the film has feministic tendencies and also gives a patriarchal image of Iranian society with ceaseless fighting between man and woman.
     
    They had also criticized the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance’s decision to select U.S.-based Iranian filmmaker Esmaeil Niknejad to helm the project due to his background in providing services to some Hollywood productions.
     
    Thus, the Majlis Cultural Committee had threatened to impeach the culture minister over the ministry’s plan for making the film.
     
    Culture Minister Mohammad Hosseini and Iran Cinema Organization Javad Shamaqdari held talks with the Cultural Committee and convinced them the film would never undermine “the Iranian and Islamic values.”
     
    “I do not really know where from and how the controversies were aroused and expanded,” Niknejad said during a ceremony that was held on the sidelines of the shooting of the film at the Mellat Cinema Complex.
     
    “But, I say here that I thank all my opponents, because their arguments turned the film project, which was passing through the ordinary process, into a national project,” he added.
     
    A non-actor named Sara Amir will play the role of Laleh Seddiq in the English-language film. Niki Karimi and Homayun Ershadi from Iran are main members of the cast, which is composed of over 70 actors. 
     
    Niknejad said that a group of foreign actors will join the project and shooting will completed in four months.
     
    Iran’s Documentary and Experimental Film Center (DEFC) is the producer of the film  
     
    “The actors, who will be able to guarantee an international box office success for ‘Laleh’ and are similar to the characters of the screenplay of the film and morally have pure and humanistic professional backgrounds, are the most desired to be selected for the cast of the film,” DEFC Director Safi Aqamohammadian said previously in an interview.
     
    The companies from U.S. and Canadian were to provide a large part of the budget for the production of the film due to their close relationships with Niknejad.
     
    However, the DEFC announced last December that the companies withdrew from this project following the controversies over the film and the international sanctions against Iran.
     
    Afterwards, the DEFC began seeking support from organizations in neighboring countries. However, no names were mentioned for the companies.
     
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    TEHRAN -- Renowned French lawyer Isabelle Coutant-Peyre, who plans to file a lawsuit against Hollywood companies over the production of films which promote Iranophobia, has said that she will stand by the Iranian people in this case.

     
    “I will defend Iran against the films like ‘Argo’, which are produced in Hollywood to give a bad image of Iran. I will stand by the Iranian people to inform the world about the dissemination of propaganda against Iran,” she said in Tehran on Monday.
     
    Coutant-Peyre made the remarks during a conference entitled “The Hoax of Hollywood”, which was organized by the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance to discuss Hollywood’s plans for the production of films which promote Iranophobia.   
     
    She said that “Argo” is being distributed in France by a company managed by an Israeli man whose mother is the leader of the Zionist lobby in Germany.
     
    Coutant-Peyre is the lawyer and wife of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, known as Carlos the Jackal, who was once among the world’s most wanted fugitives. Ramirez’s name has also been linked to a string of terrorist activities, and he was convicted of involvement in several bombings in France in the early 1980s that killed 11 and injured 150.  
     
    She also represented Zacarias Moussaoui early on during his imprisonment, while he was awaiting trial for his role in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
     
    It is not clear in which court Iran’s case against the Hollywood companies would be heard.
     
    The fact that director Ben Affleck’s Iran hostage drama “Argo” won awards at several Hollywood ceremonies angered Iranian officials, and they have waged a campaign against Hollywood since the film’s Oscar triumph on February 24.
     
    In Iran, “Argo” was officially viewed as an “anti-Iranian” film after it premiered in the United States on October 12.
     
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    TEHRAN -- French lawyer Isabelle Coutant-Peyre has said that she will make the producer of the Iranian hostage drama “Argo” to Iran.
     
    The Iranian Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance has recently announced that it has hired Coutant-Peyre to file a lawsuit against the producer of “Argo” and the Hollywood companies over the production of films which promote Iranophobia. 
     
    “Lawyers cannot be certain whether they would win or not in the beginning of a case,” she said during a press conference in Tehran on Tuesday.
     
    “However, Iran’s decision to sue the Hollywood company is valuable and it could attract public attention… and also arouse the curiosity of people and make them think about the realities and the lies,” she added.
     
    “This is the only way to struggle against their widespread propaganda. We do not seek compensation in the lawsuit, but we want to challenge the Hollywood producer (of “Argo”) to make him apologize for their lies about a country,” she stated.
     
    “Argo”, the Warner Bros. drama about the 1980 joint CIA-Canadian secret operation to extract six fugitive American diplomatic personnel out of revolutionary Iran, was officially viewed as an “anti-Iranian” film in Iran after it began its premiere in the U.S. on October 12.
     
    Coutant-Peyre said that since Warner Bros. has a branch office in France, the case will be heard in that country. 
     
    “An American lawyer will collaborate with me in this case and we can also pursue the case in other countries,” she added.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian book “The One Involved with Love” is among the nominations for the Best Book Design awards in Germany, the Iranian Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance announced on Wednesday.

     
    Germany’s Stiftung Buchkunst (Foundation for Book Art) is the organizer of the competition, which is held in Leipzig.
     
    A jury composed of international design and publishing professionals will select the grand prize winner and the runners up who will receive honorable mention, during a ceremony on March 15.
     
    “The One Involved with Love” narrates the life of a girl named Sabureh who dedicated her life to nursing war veterans of the Iran-Iraq war of 1980-88 who are kept in an asylum in Mashhad. 
     
    Written by Maryam Basiri, the book was released by the Asr-e Dastan Publications in 2012 in Iran.
     
    Books in all fields are allowed to be submitted to the publishing company.
     
    All submissions will be put on display in exhibitions at the Leipzig Book Fair, the Frankfurt Book Fair, and many other popular national shows around Europe.
     
    After the exhibitions, the submissions will be kept in a special collection at the German National Library in Frankfurt.
     
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    TEHRAN -- A painting from a collection entitled “The Doors of Khomein” has been purchased by the Imam Khomeini Museum in Tehran, Tehran’s Shokuh Gallery reported on Wednesday.

     
    The painting portraying the door of the house in which the Founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, spent his childhood. 
     
    “The Doors of Khomein”, which has been created by the Iranian painter Behnush Forutan, is composed of works representing doors of a number of historical and vintage houses in the town of Khomein, the birthplace of Imam Khomeini in Central Province.   
     
    The report was not clear about the price the painting. 
     
    The artwork is currently on display in an exhibition at Tehran’s Shokuh Gallery. Works by other Iranian artists have also been showcased at the exhibit entitled “A Narration of 100 Years of Classic and Modern Iranian Art”. 
     
    “The Doors of Khomein” is a photo-realistic collection, which features a nostalgic reflection of traditional Iranian architecture and cultural values.
     
    The Imam Khomeini Museum is located at Milad Tower. The museum was established by the Institute for the Compilation and Publication of Imam Khomeini’s Works. 
     
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    TEHRAN -- Mir Jalaleddin Kazzazi has written a novel based on the life story of Ferdowsi, the composer of the Persian epic masterpiece the Shahnameh, and it is now available in bookstores.
     
    The novel, entitled “The Child of Iran”, was recently published by Moin, he told the Persian service of ISNA on Thursday.
     
    Kazzazi said that he used three sources to write the novel.
     
    “The Shahnameh is one of the sources, and I used what Ferdowsi accounts of his life story in the book,” he added.
     
    He also used other Persian classical writers’ works such as “Four Discourses” (Chahar Maqala) by Nizami-i Aruzi-i Samarqandi.
     
    In addition, Kazzazi utilized his imagination to write about the lost parts of Ferdowsi’s life story.
     
    “I used a literary artistic style similar to what has been used in classical European plays to write the book,” Kazzazi stated.
     
    Kazzazi previously translated the French classic “Lancelot, le Chevalier de la Charrette” (Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart) and “The Metamorphoses” by the Roman poet Ovid into Persian.
     
    He was honored at the Aqabozorg Awards ceremony in March 2012 for his work entitled “The Letter of the Ancients: Writing the Shahnameh”.
     
    The awards are named after Professor Hossein Aqabozorg, one of the founding fathers of the Ferdowsi Foundation, who died on March 7, 2011.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian Oscar-winning director Asghar Farhadi will hold a series of filmmaking workshops at the Dubai Internet City from March 25 to 27.

     
    Documentary Voices, a Dubai-based organization which provides management consultancy for cultural events, has arranged the workshops entitled “From Idea to Script: A Filmmaking Workshop with Oscar-winning Filmmaker Asghar Farhadi”.
     
    Farhadi won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2012 for his film “A Separation”. He is currently making his next film, which is entitled “The Past”, in Paris.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Silk Road Festival in Dublin has put the spotlight on Iranian cinema this year, organizers announced.

     
    Khashayar Mahmudabadi’s documentary “Haghighi”, Abbas Kiarostami’s “Taste of Cherry”, Bahram Tavakkoli’s “Here, Without Me”, Ali Rafiei’s “Mr. Yusef” and Ali Mosaffa’s “Last Step” will go on screen during the festival, which will be held from March 19 to 21.
     
    In addition, the film of Behruz Gharibpur’s opera puppet show, “Rustam and Sohrab”, will be shown at the festival. 
     
    “The Secret of Permanency”, the first Irish-Iranian co-production directed by Mahmudabadi, will be the opening film of the festival, which will go on screen at the Light House cinema on March 19. 
     
    The documentary is about the spiritual journey of a young girl who discovers the echoes of ancient Persia through a visit to the surviving historical monuments in Esfahan, Iran.
     
    The next edition of the festival in 2014 will screen films from the Mediterranean, Somalia, Turkey, China, India, Iran, Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and the Caucasus region.
     
    The Silk Road Film Festival was created by Irish creative producers Delwyn Mooney, Carla Mooney and Icelandic creative producer Steinar Oli Jonsson.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian documentary “Trucker and the Fox” will go on screen at the Visions du Réel International Film Festival, which will be held in Nyon, Switzerland from April 19 to 26.
     
    Directed by Arash Lahuti, “Trucker and the Fox” chronicles the life of a trucker named Mahmud Kiani Falavarjani. Lahuti is a documentarian whose works are on wildlife.
     
    The documentary will go on screen in the État d’esprit (State of Mind) section, which is dedicated to films that explore the best of the world production focusing on the new talents.
     
    The festival aims to promote the widest possible spectrum: experimental films, essays, personal diaries, family films, films on current affairs and social issues, historical investigations, and films with classic or fragmented narrative approaches.
     
    Cinéma du Réel (Cinema of the Real) does not confine itself within conventional boundaries; it is open to different genres, integrates stylistic variations and montages, and is inspired by “cinéma direct” as well as fictional-style narratives.
     
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    TEHRAN -- A number of calligraphic paintings by the Iranian artist Ahmad Mirzazadeh will go on display during an exhibition at the Amigo Gallery in Malaga, Spain.

     
    Twelve artworks by Ahmadzadeh will go on display during a ten-day exhibition, which will start on March 20.
     
    “I use a combination of Kufi and Thuluth scripts in my calligraphic paintings,” he told the Persian service of ISNA on Saturday.  
     
    His works has previously been showcased at over 30 solo and group exhibits over his ten-year career in the Persian calligraphy.
     
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    TEHRAN -- Oscar-nominated Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi has said that he is concerned about the content of a series project on Prophet Muhammad (S), which Qatar plans to make with the help Hollywood companies.

     
    “We welcome every film which will be made based on the pure Islam of Muhammad (S) but… we are concerned that the series may show an image, which is irreverent to Islam,” Majidi told the Persian service of ISNA on Friday. 
     
    In October 2012, Majidi began shooting “Muhammad (S)”, a $30m film that depicts the life of the Prophet of Islam from the age of 12 until his appointment to prophethood.
     
    “Hollywood’s pattern for making a film on the Prophet of Islam is not good. I wish Qatar would ask for help from the world of Islam for making the series,” he stated.
     
    Majidi added that Iran was ready to give help to Qatar in writing the screenplay and directing the film.   
     
    “They may tamper with the story, which is dangerous. Like many other films that they made and did so,” he noted.
     
    Majidi said that the Hollywood companies are under the influence of Zionists and added, “How could Zionism, which has engaged in a struggle against all religions particularly Islam, make a film based on Islamic values? How have the Qataris given such a big project to those who completely have no connection to Islam?”
     
    Qatar recently announced a series designed for a worldwide audience about the life of Prophet Muhammad (S), the Hollywood Reporter reported last week. 
     
    Production company Alnoor Holdings has hired German-American Jewish film producer Barrie Osborne and Sunni Islam scholar and al-Jazeera broadcaster Yusuf al-Qaradawi to work on the project, which will have a budget of $1 billion.
     
    He has hired a number of the world’s heavyweights in the film industry for “Muhammad (S)”.
     
    Academy Award winning visual effects supervisor and filmmaker Scott E. Anderson, three-time Academy Award winning Italian director of photography Vittorio Storaro, world-renowned Croat production designer Miljen Kreka Kljakovic and several other world celebrated cineastes are collaborating on this project.
     
    Majidi’s “Children of Heaven” earned Iran’s first Oscar nomination in 1999.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian film “Trucker and the Fox” will compete in Hot Docs, a prestigious Canadian international documentary festival, which will be held in Toronto from April 25 to May 5.
     
    Directed by Arash Lahuti, the documentary has been produced by Iran’s Documentary and Experimental Film Center (DEFC).
     
    “Trucker and the Fox” chronicles the life of Mahmud Kiani Falavarjani, a documentarian who does not have any academic education and is a trucker. 
     
    Kiani Falavarjani is a prolific documentarian, whose works are mostly about ecology and wildlife.
     
    The documentary will also compete in the Visions du Réel International Film Festival, which will be held in Nyon, Switzerland from April 19 to 26.
     
    Hot Docs, held annually in Toronto, is North America’s largest documentary film festival, conference and market. 
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMCA) is currently considering the possibility of loaning a masterpiece by Pablo Picasso for exhibit at an art show in Spain.
     
    The Spanish ambassador to Tehran has asked the TMCA to loan the artwork to the show during his recent visit to the museum, TMCA Director Ehsan Aqaii told the Persian service of IRNA on Sunday.
     
    No further details were mentioned about the artwork or the Spanish art show.
     
    The TMCA comprises works by Picasso, Andy Warhol, Edvard Munch, Paul Cézanne, Edouard Monet, Jackson Pollock, Vincent van Gogh and many other world-renowned artists.
     
    Pollock’s “Mural on Indian Red Ground” was loaned to the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo for display at a retrospective of the American artist in 2012.
     
    In October 2010, the TMCA loaned Picasso’s “The Painter and His Model” to the Kunsthaus Zurich show.
     
    In addition, The TMCA loaned Dutch artist Kees van Dongen’s “Trinidad Fernandez” to Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam in 2010.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian film distribution company Filmiran is seeking to premiere Asghar Farhadi’s “The Past” in Iran.

     
    The €11-million picture is his first project that is being shot outside of his native Iran.
     
    The French company, Memento Films Production, is the producer of the film.
     
    “We have entered into negotiations and I hope we can screen the film after we obtain the necessary permissions (from the Iranian cultural authorities),” Filmiran Managing Director Ali Sartipi told the Persian service of ILNA on Saturday.
     
    The French-language film is about an Iranian man, who has long-term domestic problems with his French wife. He deserts his wife and two children to go back to his homeland, Iran. In the mean time, his wife is seeing a French man and therefore writes to him and asks for a divorce which compels the man to come back to France, only to see his wife's new partner in his home beside his children.
     
    French actor of Algerian origin Tahar Rahim and Argentine-French star Bérénice Bejo play the leading roles in the film. Iranian actor Ali Mosaffa is also a main member of the cast.
     
    “The Past” is scheduled to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
     
    Farhadi was honored for the film with the first EU MEDIA prize during the 65th Cannes Film Festival in May 2012.
     
    The MEDIA prize is awarded by the Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, a member of the European Commission, for the best project with box-office potential submitted by a screenwriter and a production company.
     
    Farhadi’s previous film “A Separation” won an Oscar, Golden Globe and French César for best foreign film earlier in 2012 as well as Berlin’s Golden Bear in 2011.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian photographer Hossein Fatemi has been honored for his collection on the Somali civil war at the 9th Days Japan International Photojournalism Awards in Tokyo.

     
    He was presented one of the three prizes awarded for third place for his collection entitled “Somalia - 3 Decades of Civil War”, the contest’s website announced on March 9.
     
    The Japanese photographers Noriko Hayashi and Kohtaro Miyata won the two other awards for third place. 
     
    The Serbian photographer Goran Tomasevic won the first prize for his photo collection on Syria.
     
    Fatemi is the representative of Panos Pictures, a photo agency specializing in the global social issues, driven by the vision and commitment of its photographers and staff. 
     
    This edition of the Days Japan International Photojournalism Awards was on the theme the dignity of human beings and nature.
     
    Fatemi has won several national and international awards including a silver medal from the Delaware Photographic Society in the United States (2006); and a gold medal in both the Asahi Shimbun International Competition in Japan (2005 and 2006) and the China International Photojournalism Contest (2007 and 2009). 
     
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    TEHRAN -- “Low Economy” by Iranian artist Saeid Sedeqi has won first prize in the Gag Cartoon category at the World Press Cartoon contest in Portugal.

     
    He received the award during a special ceremony at the Olga Cadaval Cultural Center in Sintra on April 12, the WPC website announced.
     
    The work had previously been published in the Persian daily Jam-e-Jam.
     
    In addition, another Iranian cartoonist, Firoozeh Mozaffari, received an honorable mention in this category for his “Child Kingdom”, which had been published in the Persian newspaper Etemad.
     
    Second prize of this category went to “Who is…” by Robert Rousso from France and Peruvian cartoonist Raul Zuleta won third prize for “Free Warrior”.
     
    Marilena Nardi from Italy, Ricardo Antunes from Brazil, Riber Hansson from Sweden, Francisco Punal from Cuba, and Antonio Antunes from Portugal were the members of the WPC jury.
     
    They honored Greek cartoonist Michael Kountouris with the WPC Sintra 2013 Grand Prix for his “EU Rescue Team” in the Editorial Cartoon category.
     
    Second prize of this category went to an untitled work by Radulovic Spiro from Serbia and Gregório de Holanda from Brazil won third prize for “USA Greatest Enemy”.
     
    Winners of the Caricature category were also announced during the ceremony.
     
    Pablo Lobato from Argentina won first prize for “Evo Morales” and Jarbas Domingos from Brazil received second prize for “Mandela”. The third prize went to “Messi” by Carbajo from Spain.
     
    Works of the winners along with a selection of entries to the contest have been showcased in the Olga Cadaval Cultural Center in an exhibition, which runs until June 30. 
     
    The contest has been organized the Sintra Museum of Modern Art and the Olga Cadaval Cultural Center to honor cartoons published in newspapers or magazines.
     
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    TEHRAN -- The Iranian family drama “I Am His Wife” by Mostafa Shayesteh will go on screen at the Tiburon International Film Festival, which will be held from April 11 to 19 in Tiburon, California, U.S.
     
    The film narrates the story of a woman who discovers her husband’s infidelity after twelve years of marriage. So the woman tries to take revenge on the cheating husband by making him jealous of her relationship with her first suitor.  
     
    Niki Karimi, Mostafa Zamani, Mitra Hajjar and Ladan Tabatabaii are the main members of the cast.
     
    The Tiburon International Film Festival is an annual event, which seeks to provide a greater understanding of the world and its many cultures through the artistic medium of film, and through top quality films from around the world.
     
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