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« Iran: year 38 » ( 38 years of Iranian photographs)
It is not a coincidence that Iran has so many photographers. When today’s Iranians want to express themselves, they use the tools given to them by history. The modern version of poetry is photography, of course. Images, photojournalism, documentary or art are visual poetry, if you will. With this exhibition, we want to introduce those who are shaping the image of Iran today. A very diverse mix of photographers, artists and filmmakers portraying a country still caught up in revolution and war, but also fast-changing beyond recognition. Iran is both a young and an old country at the same time. Thousands of years of history have come before the 1979 Islamic revolution. We start counting again from that year.
Iran: year 38, is to be an exhibition celebrating the culture of visual poetry embraced by Iranians.
66 iranian photographers
Meead Akhi, Azadeh Akhlaghi, Ali & Ramyar, Saba Alizadeh, Hoda Amin, Hawar Amini, Abbas Attar, Fatemeh Baigmoradi, Dadbeh Bassir, Erfan Dadkhah, Solmaz Daryani, Gohar Dashti, Alireza Fani, Hamed Farhangi, Arash Fayez, Shadi Ghadirian, Jassem Ghazbanpour, Azin Haghighi, Ghazaleh Hedayat, Bahman Jalali, Rana Javadi, Poolad Javaher Haghighi, Alborz Kazemi, Babak Kazemi, Kaveh Kazemi, Mehregan Kazemi, Arash Khamooshi, Danial Khodaie, Abbas Kiarostami, Gelareh Kiazand, Abbas Kowsari, Yalda Moaiery, Sasan Moayyedi, Mehran Mohajer, Mehdi Monem, Amir Mousavi, Sahar Mokhtari, Tahmineh Monzavi, Mehran Naghshbandi, Azin Nafarhaghighi, Mehrdad Naraghi, Morteza Niknahad & Behnam Zakeri, Ebrahim Noroozi, Mohsen Rastani, Ghazaleh Rezaei, Behnam Sadighi, Majid Saeedi, Omid Salehi, Hasan Sarbakhshian, Jalal Sepehr, Bahram Shabani, Noushin Shafiei, Hashem Shakeri, Jalal Shams Azaran, Sina Shiri, Arya Tabandehpoor, Nazanin Tabatabaee Yazdi, Maryam Takhtkeshian, Newsha Tavakolian, Sadegh Tirafkan, Mehdi Vosoughnia, Mohsen Yazdipour, Hasti Zahiri, Maryam Zandi
French postcard by CEC Rhone-Alpes. Photo: Mario Tursi. Publicity still for Le hussard sur le toit/The Horseman on the Roof (Jean-Paul Rappeneau, 1995).
French actress Juliette Binoche (1964) has appeared in more than 60 international films. She won numerous international awards, and has appeared on stage across the world. André Téchiné made her a star in France with the leading role in his drama Rendez-vous (1985). Her sensual performance in The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Philip Kaufman, 1988) launched her international career. Other career highlights are her roles in Three Colors: Blue (Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1993), The English Patient (Anthony Minghella, 1996), for which she won an Oscar, and Caché (Michael Haneke, 2005).
Juliette Binoche was born in Paris, in 1964. She was the daughter of Jean-Marie Binoche, a director, actor, and sculptor, and Monique Yvette Stalens, a teacher, director, and actress. She is the sister of actress/photographer Marion Stalens. Her parents divorced when she was four, so she grew up living between each parent and a Catholic boarding school. In her teenage years Juliette began acting at school in stage-productions. At 17 she directed and starred in a student production of the Eugène Ionesco play, Exit the King. She studied acting at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique (CNSAD), but quit after a short time as she disliked the curriculum. In the early 1980s, she found an agent through a friend and joined a theatre troupe, touring France, Belgium and Switzerland under the pseudonym Juliette Adrienne. After performing in several stage productions and a few TV productions, Binoche secured her first feature-film appearance with a minor role in the drama Liberty Belle (Pascal Kané, 1983). Her role required just two days on–set, but was enough to inspire Binoche to pursue a career in film. In 1983, she auditioned for the female lead in Jean-Luc Godard's' controversial Je vous salue, Marie/Hail Mary (1985), a modern retelling of the Virgin birth. She spent six months on the set of the film in Geneva, although her role in the final cut only contained a few scenes. She gained more significant exposure in Jacques Doillon's critically acclaimed La Vie de Famille/Family Life (1985), cast as the volatile teenage step-daughter of Sami Frey's central character. Director André Téchiné made her a star in France with the leading role in his provocative erotic drama Rendez-vous (1985). The film, co-starring Lambert Wilson and Jean-Louis Trintignant, premiered at the 1985 Cannes Film Festival, winning Best Director. Rendez-vous was a sensation and Binoche became the darling of the festival. In 1986, Binoche was nominated for her first César for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance. She starred opposite Michel Piccoli in the avant-garde thriller Mauvais Sang/Bad Blood (Leos Carax, 1986). Binoche plays Anna the vastly younger lover of Marc (Piccoli) who falls in love with Alex (Denis Lavant), a young thief. Mauvais Sang was a critical and commercial success, leading to Binoche's second César nomination. She gave a sensual performance opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Philip Kaufman, 1988), the adaptation of Milan Kundera's novel. It was Binoche's first English language role and was a worldwide success with critics and audiences alike. In the summer of 1988, Binoche returned to the stage in an acclaimed production of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull directed by Russian director Andrei Konchalovsky at Théâtre De L'odéon in Paris. Later that year she began work on Léos Carax's Les Amants du Pont-Neuf. The film was beset by problems and took three years to complete, requiring investment from three producers and funds from the French government. When finally released in 1991, Les Amants du Pont-Neuf was a critical success. Binoche won a European Film Award and her third César nomination for her performance.
Juliette Binoche chose to pursue an international career outside France. Binoche relocated to London for the Emily Bronte adaptation Wuthering Heights (Peter Kosminsky, 1992) with Ralph Fiennes as Heathcliff, and Damage (Louis Malle, 1992) with Jeremy Irons, both enhanced her international reputation. For her performance in Damage, Binoche received her fourth César nomination. She sparked the interest of Steven Spielberg, who offered her roles in three films: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), Jurassic Park (1993), and Schindler's List (1993). which she declined. Instead, she chose for Trois couleurs : Bleu/Three Colors: Blue (Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1993), for which she won the Venice Film Festival Award for Best Actress and a César. The first film in a trilogy inspired by the ideals of the French republic and the colors of its flag, Three Colors: Blue is the story of a young woman who loses her composer husband and daughter in a car accident. Though devastated she learns to cope by rejecting her previous life by rejecting all people, belongings and emotions. Binoche made cameo appearances in the other two films in Kieślowski's trilogy, Trois couleurs : Blanc/Three Colors: White (1994) and Three Colors: Red/ Trois couleurs : Rouge (1994). Binoche took a short sabbatical during which she gave birth to her son Raphaël in September 1993. In 1995, she returned to the screen in a big-budget adaptation of Jean Giono's Le hussard sur le toit/The Horseman on the Roof (Jean-Paul Rappeneau, 1995) with Olivier Martinez. At the time, it was the most expensive film in the history of French cinema. The film was a box-office success around the world and Binoche was again nominated for a César for Best Actress. She gained further acclaim in The English Patient (Anthony Minghella, 1996), for which she was awarded an Academy Award and a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress in addition to the Best Actress Award at the 1997 Berlin International Film Festival. Juliette Binoche was reunited with director André Téchiné for Alice et Martin (1998), the story of a relationship between an emotionally damaged Parisian musician and her younger lover who hides a dark family secret. Binoche appeared on stage in a 1998 London production of Luigi Pirandello's Clothe the Naked retitled Naked and in a 2000 production of Harold Pinter's Betrayal on Broadway for which she was nominated for a Tony Award. Between 1995 and 2000, she was also the advertising face of the Lancôme perfume Poème.
Juliette Binoche was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance opposite Johnny Depp in the romantic comedy Chocolat (Lasse Hallström, 2000). Another hit was the period drama La Veuve de Saint-Pierre (Patrice Leconte, 2000), for which she was nominated for a César for Best Actress. Opposite Daniel Auteuil she played the role of a woman who attempts to save a condemned man from the guillotine. The film won favourable reviews, and was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film. Next she appeared in Code Unknown (Michael Haneke, 2000), a film which was made following Binoche's approach to the Austrian director. Her critically acclaimed role was a welcome change from playing the romantic heroine in a series of costume dramas. During the following decade, she maintained a successful career, alternating between French and English language roles in both mainstream and art-house productions. "La Binoche" appeared in such films as Jet Lag (Daniele Thompson, 2002) opposite Jean Reno, Caché (Michael Haneke, 2005), Breaking and Entering (Anthony Minghella, 2006) with Jude Law, and Flight of the Red Balloon (Hou Hsiao-Hsien, 2007). Paying homage to Albert Lamorisse's 1957 short The Red Balloon, Hou's film tells the story of a woman's efforts to juggle her responsibilities as a single mother with her commitment to her career as a voice artist. Shot on location in Paris, the film was entirely improvised by the cast. In 2008 Binoche began a world tour with a modern dance production titled in-i, co-created in collaboration with Akram Khan. In 2010, she won the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival for her role in Abbas Kiarostami's Certified Copy making her the first actress to win the European ‘Best Actress Triple Crown’ for winning best actress award at the Berlin, Cannes and Venice film festivals. Later films include Cosmopolis (David Cronenberg, 2011) with Robert Pattinson, Camille Claudel 1915 (Bruno Dumont, 2013) and Clouds of Sils Maria (Olivier Assayas, 2014). In 2015, Binoche starred on stage in a new English language translation of Antigone.directed by Ivo van Hove. Binoche has two children: a son Raphaël (1993), whose father is André Halle, a professional scuba diver, and a daughter Hana (1999), whose father is actor Benoît Magimel, with whom Binoche starred in Les Enfants du Siècle/Children of the Century (Diane Kurys, 1999).
Sources: Wikipedia, and IMDb.
on son els limits? on la frontera dels somnis? Werner Herzog es mou com peix en l´aigua plantejant la pregunta i buceja mostrant-nos totes les maravelles,tots els perills del fons mari,l´aventura de lo huma possible i la recerca de l´extasi d´un escultor de fusta i saltador d´esqui olimpic..
Atenció als minuts 6´40´´ fins el 9´,imatges en camera lenta on la poesia i la tragedia ballen una dança inquietant,amb un fons musical perfecte.Aixo tambe es la magia del cinema,encara que en aquest cas es tracti d´un documental
donde están los límites? donde la frontera de los sueños? Werner Herzog se mueve como pez en el agua planteando la pregunta y bucea mostrándonos todas las maravillas, todos los peligros de este particular fondo marino, la aventura de lo humano posible y la búsqueda del éxtasis de un escultor de madera y saltador de esqui olimpico.
Atención a los minutos 6'40''hasta el 9 ', imágenes en cámara lenta donde la poesía y la tragedia bailan una danza inquietante, con un fondo musical perfecto.Esto es tambien la magia del cine, aunque en este caso se trate de un documental.
where are the limits? where the border of dreams? Werner Herzog moves like a fish in water asking the question and showing us all the wonders, all the dangers of this particular seabed , the human adventure possible and the search for ecstasy in a wood sculptor and Olympic ski jumper.
Attention to the minutes 6'40''hasta the 9 ', slow motion where the poetry and tragedy are together in a dance disturbing with a perfect musical background .This is also the magic of cinema, but in this case it is a documentary.
"A Time for Drunken Horses " is the most beautiful film I've ever seen !! it's an Iranian (Kurdish/Persian) film directed by the very great Bahman Ghobadi and produced in Iran. It was a co-winner of the Caméra d'Or award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2000. I advice you seriously. Bahman Ghobadi was assistant director of the great Abbas Kiarostami.
Iranian films are very subtle and powerfull. The children playing in this film had never seen a camera before and they play like a professional !!
the children actor :
in english : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Time_for_Drunken_Horses
Le film que j'aime le plus !
Trailer : www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmTYrVcQdn0
The fascination of the cinema ! I like to photograph the good moments of a film! I think that is forbidden ... but I hope that the director will not be angry against me ! :)
La magie du cinéma ! j'aime photographier les bons moments d'un film ! je pense que c'est interdit ... j'espère que le réalisateur ne m'en voudra pas trop ! :)
- Blanca Portillo -
Canton Ticino, CH
The Film Festival Locarno (Italian: Festival del film Locarno) is an international film festival held annually in the city of Locarno, Switzerland since 1946. After Cannes and Venice and together with Karlovy Vary, Locarno is the Film Festival with the longest history. The main feature of the festival is the open-air screening space in the astonishing Piazza Grande, with room for over 8,000 spectators, and with one of the largest open air screens in the world (26x14 meters).
The top prize of the Festival is the Golden Leopard awarded to the best film in the international competition. Other awards include the Leopard of Honour for outstanding career achievements, and the Prix the Public UBS, the public choice award.
The Locarno Film Festival is well known worldwide to be a festival of discovery. Throughout its history the festival has discovered new trends and launched the career of numerous directors and actors. Although the festival aims at the films, rather than at stars and glamour, several well-known personalities of the international film industry have been to the Locarno International Film Festival in recent years. To name but just a few: Rose McGowan, John Malkovich, Susan Sarandon, Michel Piccoli, Robert Rodriguez, Anthony Hopkins, Ken Loach, Gus Van Sant, Christian Slater, Wim Wenders, Terry Gilliam, Abbas Kiarostami, Aki Kaurismäki, Frank Oz, Adam Shankman, Alexander Sokurov, Mike Leigh, Dario Fo, Carmen Maura, Bud Spencer and Willem Defoe.
nella calura estiva
credere alla neve.
Un lupo in agguato, Abbas Kiarostami
I've been tagged by kkzyk. so I try to tell 16 things...
[ 1 ] when I was a child, I was always drawing something and playing with LEGO and animal or monster figures etc. I didn't like dolls.
[ 2 ] ... and I was crying at midnight often, because I was afraid of "sleeping".
[ 3 ] I was in a band a few years ago. my hair was blond. I play the guitar and I love making various noises with effecters.
[ 4 ] I love 80's music. especially british new wave.
[ 5 ] I'm still in love with "trip-hop". I love massive attack and portishead.
[ 6 ] my favorite film directors are David Lynch, Mamoru Oshii, Patrice Leconte, Michel Ocelot, Abbas Kiarostami.
[ 7 ] my favorite actors are Ian McKellen, Peter Cushing, Harvey Keitel, Hideyo Amamoto, Chloe Sevigny.
[ 8 ] my favorite writers are M.Z.Bradley, J.R.R.Tolkien, Jonathan Carroll, Kobo Abe, Jean-Philippe Toussaint.
[ 9 ] I'm a graphic designer. I'm working at home. I love my job.
[ 10 ] I have 2 sisters. both of them are illustrators.
[ 11 ] I'm single. no children, of course.
[ 12 ] I like cigarettes. but I don't smoke too much.
[ 13 ] I love cooking. I always stock various spices(over 30).
[ 14 ] I don't eat meat because of my health.
[ 15 ] my current hobby is watching old b-movies... sci-fi, monster, horror etc. my santa claus gave me over 100 movies.
[ 16 ] I LOVE flickr and my flickr friends. thanks!
Forest Without Leaves, by Abbas Kiarostami, who believes that we have lost the ability to look at nature in natural surroundings and that it is only when an item is 'framed' and placed in an artificial environment that we observe it with care and in detail.
An installation at Victoria and Albert Museum.
this weekend I saw a movie from Abbas Kiarostami called "Copie Conforme" and at a moment one character was talking about relationships and explaining the more sweet a relationship starts the more paifull will be the end.
the forrest: project by iranian artist abbas kiarostami in the v&a-museum. kiarostami has brought trunks of trees to inside the museum. the light from above is artificial
From his Tress in Snow series 2007
A room full of cardboard tubes, covered with lifesize photographs of bark Of Abbas Kiarostami.
Erice - Kiarostami. Correspondances 2008-2009
From his Tress in Snow series 2007
The Iranian filmmaker, Abbas Kiarostami's Forest Without Leaves. A room full of cardboard tubes, covered with lifesize photographs of bark.
São Paulo, 28 de outubro de 2017 - Ahmad Kiarostami assiste "24 Frames" no Espaço Itaú de Cinema Frei Caneca 2
Foto: Claudio Pedroso/Agência Foto
The Iranian filmmaker, Abbas Kiarostami's Forest Without Leaves. A room full of cardboard tubes, covered with lifesize photographs of bark.
IL VIAGGIATORE (lungometraggio)
Giffoni Film Festival 1980
İran Yeni Dalga sineması yönetmenlerinden Abbas Kiarostami’nin fotoğraf ve videolarından oluşan Kar ve Yol sergisi, 8 Kasım – 9 Aralık tarihleri arasında, Akbank Sanat’ta!
Fotoğrafın, gerçeğin dokusuna teyellenen ve hatta onun yerini almak için sabırsızca bekleyen bir hayal nesnesi olduğunu kanıtlayan bir bakışı var Abbas Kiarostami’nin. Her biri sanki sonsuz bir pozlama anına aitmiş duygusu uyandıran Kar ve Yol temalı bu fotoğraflar hayaletimsi bir ışık ile kaplı. Karın beyazlığı ile yolun karanlığının başrol oyuncusu olarak tarif edildiği bu siyah beyaz dünyada, varolandan ziyade olmayan görünür kılınıyor.
Sergi Kataloğu Tasarımı: Murat Çekçeoğlu / Publicis Yorum
Tasarım Uygulama: Bahar Yerli / Publicis Yorum
Müşteri İlişkileri: Ayla Çaylı / Publicis Yorum
A minha colecção... ou uma enfermidade?
Mi colección... ¿o una enfermedad?
My collection... or should I consider it as an illness?
My way of doing things is to escape into the holiday. I go off-line for the duration, and when I get home I sift and sort my pictures and re-live the holiday. On the day we arrived home G2 featured some 'rain pictures' by the Iranian film-maker Abbas Kiarostami. For me my 'rain train' pictures are casual snaps, but as Kiarostami has noted digital photography opens new possibilities, so I'm spending a few moments exploring his ideas.
'It's said that in the beginning was the word, but for me the beginning is always an image. When I think about a conversation, it always starts with images. And what I love about photography is the inscription of a single moment: it's completely ephemeral. You take the photograph, and one second later, everything has changed.'
Abbas Kiarostami in G2 (30/07/09)
Roads and rain by Abbas Kiarostami (8 pictures)
Before He Was Famous (Guardian, September 2002)
Taste of Cherry (Film - 99 mins)
Embassy Visa Ordeal (Guardian, May 2009)