Source: Tehran Times
Nine documentaries by the Iranian filmmaker Kamran Shirdel will go on screen at the Carnegie International, an exhibition which has been organized by the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh in the United States.
"Tehran Is the Capital of Iran", "Dubai: Pearls of the Persian Gulf", "Women's Prison", and "The Night It Rained" and five other of his documentaries are scheduled to be screened during the event, which will be held from October 5, 2013 to March 16, 2014.
"Tehran Is the Capital of Iran"
Shirdel will also hold workshops on making documentaries on social themes during the event.
The Carnegie International is the oldest North American exhibition of contemporary art from around the globe.
It was first organized at the behest of industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie on November 5, 1896 in Pittsburgh. Carnegie established the International to educate and inspire the public as well as to promote international understanding and peace.
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