The Billy Wilder Theater in Los Angeles is hosting the UCLA Celebration of Iranian Cinema.
The theater has scheduled to screen 'Negar' directed by Rambod Javan on May 18 followed by the acclaimed drama 'Bashu, the Little Stranger' directed by Bahram Beyzaie a day later.
It has also screened Iranian late-great filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami’s '24 Frames', a minimalist film triumph narrated through twenty-four hypnotizing frames.
Among the most prominent movies that went on the program's screen are 'Blockage' directed by Mohsen Qaraei, 'Boarding Pass' directed by Mehdi Rahmani, and 'Golden Time' directed by Pourya Kakavand.
The screening list goes on with 'The Home' directed by Asghar Yousefinejad, 'Israfil' directed by Ida Panahandeh, and 'No Date, No Signature' directed by Vahid Jalilvand.
The celebration opened on April 28 is slated to wrap up May 19.