ENTERTAINMENT

Adel Ferdosipour attends in a Reporter funeral

Most funeral services are solemn, but there are exceptions when the person requested a more festive celebration of his or her passing. Regardless of the mood, you still need to be respectful. Read More »

66th birthday of A. Tarokh

Age is just a number, it really is true. But if you’re past midlife, you might be feeling down about your age. You can still appear younger and look amazing after you’ve stepped through the door that was opened on your 60th birthday. Read More »

A film Festival in the capital

As you look at your footage, your goal is to balance speaker intent with the expectations of the web audience. Think about where the audience would want to be looking at different points during the talk if they were in the room — that will help you select the best camera angle to reconstruct each moment. Read More »

An Appreciation for Actors

Art Appreciation is the knowledge and understanding of the universal and timeless qualities that identify all great art. The more you appreciate and understand the art of different eras, movements, styles and techniques, the better you can develop, evaluate and improve your own artwork. Read More »

How to celebrate on a red carpet

If you plan on inviting people online (and who doesn’t do that these days?), then list your dress code on the event as either “black tie” or “costume vintage. Read More »

The Village Where Men Are Banned to entry

Amol is a city and the administrative center of Amol County, Mazandaran Province. In the 2006 census, the surveyed population of the city was 197,470, in 55,183 families. Read More »

Mehdi Hashemi On A Red Carpet

Once you are accepted into a festival, you’ll usually get a confirmation email that makes you feel warm and awesome. Read More »

Shohreh Aghdashloo at SDCC2019

Shohreh Aghdashloo is an actress. Following numerous starring roles on the stage, her first major film role was in The Report (1977) directed by Abbas Kiarostami, which won the Critics Award at the Moscow Film Festival. Read More »

A. Farhadi on a red carpet of Movie in capital

These “hosts” (I use the term lightly) clearly put more prep work into their appearance than their jobs. They didn’t know who their subjects were (when “who are you wearing” is your only question, you’re in trouble), flubbed tosses, cussed, and asked totally inappropriate questions. Farhadi has received two Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film for his films A ... Read More »