By Amy Bowker
Sahar Dolatshahi shines in this understated Iranian drama about familial obligation.
This impressive, chilling debut feature brings home-invasion horror to 1980s Tehran.
One of the giants of world cinema has passed away at the age of 76.
The director of A Separation and The Past heads to the Cannes competition with another intricate domestic drama.
By Sarah Jilani
Despite facing severe restrictions Iran’s most important filmmakers continue to give its people a voice.
Tahar Rahim and Bérénice Bejo are on top form in this immaculate study of marital disharmony.
The film that Iranian Oscar-winner Asghar Farhadi made before A Separation gets a long-awaited UK release.
By Julian White
This is a deceptively powerful movie by one of Iran’s finest directors.