A collection of notes from the Iranian diaspora.
Arts, culture, community.

ARE YOU A CARDINAL? BAHRAM BEYZAIE COULD BE YOUR PROF.

        

(from Bashu, The Little Stranger (1990))

Still shopping for a Spring quarter class? If you’re at Stanford, you could join a workshop with one of Iran’s greatest filmmakers (and playwrights, and theater directors, and…), Bahram Beyzaie. Assuming you speak Persian.

Title: Cinema and Mythology
(Spring Quarter, 2011, Lectured in Farsi)

Location: Stanford University — Jordan Hall, Building 420, Room 040

Brief description: In this course ten examples from International Cinema are introduced with an analytical view of their mythological content in open discussion format class meetings. Each session is two hours long with a ten minute break. All those who attend the lectures are expected to view the related film carefully, from the list (access through this link:http://ica.stanford.edu/events/iranian_studies_workshop_0), before each meeting.

http://www.bahrambeyzaie.com/

  • 9 April 2011
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