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19 July 2012 - 21:10

The 1st Foreign Movies Festival is scheduled to be held in two Iranian cities of Tehran and Isfahan to introduce the world’s renowned cinematic works.

Organized by Iran’s Farabi Cinematic Foundation (FCF), seven foreign movies are slated to be screened at a number of movie theaters in Tehran and Isfahan from July 18 to August 17, 2012.
Tree of Life by American director Terence Malick, The Kid With a Bike by Belgian most celebrated filmmakers Dardenne Brothers, Eagle by Scottish director Kevin Macdonald, Henry's Crime by the British director Malcolm Venville are some of the scheduled movies to be screened.

Nanni Mortti’s We Have A Pop, Turin Horse by Hungarian auteur Bela Tarr and Elena by Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev are also in the screening list of the festival.

The movies will be screened in their original languages, equipped with Dolby Digital and Persian subtitles.

The FCF will extend its screening program in case of a warm reception of movies by the audiences.

The foundation is also programming to present public screening of the Turkish biographical film Free Man directed and written by Mehmet Tanrisever after the festival draws to a close.
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