German drama ‘In the Fade’ has been selected to go on Iranian screens in observation of European Arthouse Cinema Day.
Directed by Fatih Akin in 2017, the drama will be screened in a number of Iranian cities on October 13, 2019.
The venues in different cities include Iranian Artists Forum in Tehran, City Center Cineplex in Isfahan, Golestan Cineplex in Shiraz, Pars Cinema in Kerman, Hoveizeh Cineplex in Mashhad, Ekomal Cineplex in Karaj, Setareh-Baran Cineplex in Tabriz, and Labkhand Cinema on Kish Island.
The program has been organized by Iran’s Art and Experience Cinema Institute in collaboration with the German Embassy in Tehran.
‘In the Fade’ stars Diane Kruger as a German woman whose husband and son are killed in a terrorist attack perpetrated by neo-Nazis.
A workshop titled ‘Art Film, From Production to Screening’ will be held at the Iranian Artists Forum on October 13 and the City Center Cineplex in Isfahan the next day.
The president of the International Confederation of Art Cinemas (CICAE) Christian Bräuer and several Iranian filmmakers will attend the workshop.
The European Arthouse Cinema Day will be celebrated at cinemas all over the world on October 13.
The CICAE and Europa Cinemas have teamed up to celebrate the engagement of movie theaters in favor of a lively European cultural diversity through very rich, varied, and exclusive programs.
In 2018, more than 650 cinemas in 39 countries participated in the program.