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Leb. Resistance movement highly visible at Islamic media summit

An impressive number of new films on the Hezbollah resistance movement will be presented during Islamic Radio and Television Union summit in Iran.

With a high level of visibility, 450 new films on the Hezbollah resistance movement will be presented at the ongoing Islamic Radio and Television Union summit in Iran.

Publicity and media committee director for the General Assembly of the Islamic Television and the Radio Union, Mahmoud Ashtari, made the remarks on Monday, adding that all such movies were produced over the course of a year by institutes attached to the union.

Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement is one of the flag-bearers of the fight against terrorism in the Middle East.

Hosted by Iranian holy city of Mashhad, a Capital of Islamic Culture for 2017, the 9th session of the General Assembly of the Islamic Television and the Radio Union was held Sunday with the participation of Islamic TV and radio representatives.

This comes as seventh edition of the Islamic Film Market opened Saturday in Iranian holy city of Mashhad under the aegis of the Islamic union with 800 TV products on show.

According to media committee of the event, among participating TV networks and media institutes in the event include those based in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Turkey, Syria, Yemen, Palestine, Pakistan, Azerbaijan Republic, the UK and India.

The sixth edition of the Islamic Film Market inaugurated at the 8th General Assembly of the Islamic Radio and Television Union (IRTVU).

According to the previous edition of the event, the Islamic Film Market aims to introduce cinema and television productions of the Islamic countries.

Iranian radio and TV channels and institutes, including Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), Farabi Cinema Foundation, the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA), and the Documentary and Experimental Film Center (DEFC) offer their latest productions at the market to help increase the exposure of productions in the international arena.

In January, the holy city of Mashhad in northeastern Iran was officially named the Capital of Islamic Culture in 2017 for the Asia region by the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO).

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