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Negar Mottahedeh, author of Displaced Allegories:
Post-Revolutionary Iranian Cinema (2008),
discusses the 30th anniversary of the Iranian Islamic Revolution,
Ayatollah Khomeni, and the International Fajr Film festival.
Posted at 04:47 PM in Cultural Studies, Film | Permalink
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