Tehran mu­seum to re­view cre­ative non­fic­tion cin­ema

Tehran Times - - ART & CULTURE -

TEHRAN – The cin­e­math­eque of the Tehran Mu­seum of Con­tem­po­rary Art plans to re­view cre­ative non­fic­tion cin­ema by screen­ing five films dur­ing a pro­gram that will be­gin to­day.

Cre­ative non­fic­tion is ba­si­cally a genre of writ­ing that uses lit­er­ary styles and tech­niques to cre­ate fac­tu­ally ac­cu­rate nar­ra­tives.

“Elena” by Pe­tra Costa from Brazil, “Heart of a Dog” by Lau­rie An­der­son from the U.S. and “Bloody Mon­days and Strawberry Pies” by Coco Schri­jber from the Nether­lands are among the films.

“Un­der the Sun” by Vi­taly Man­sky from Ger­many and “Leviathan”, di­rected by Lu­cien Cas­taing-Tay­lor and Ver­ena Par­avel from France, will also go on screen.

The pro­gram will con­tinue un­til De­cem­ber 20.

A poster for “Leviathan” di­rected by Lu­cien Cas­taing-Tay­lor and Ver­ena Par­avel

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