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Dariush Mehrjui in person!
Brasserie Jo - Salon Prive October 24 2008 | 8:00 PM
Brasserie Jo - Salon Prive
59 E. Hubbard St.
Pasfarda Arts & Cultural Exchange Invites You To An Evening Honoring Dariush Mehrjui.
In connection with the Iranian Film Festival at the Gene Siskel Film Center, please join Pasfarda in a cocktail and appetizer reception for the Iranian New Wave cinema icon, director Dariush Mehrjui.
Milsoz Stelich of Chicago's Public Radio will conduct a conversation with Mr. Mehrjui at the reception.
An homage to the belated actor, Khosro Shakibai (1944-2008) will be honored.
Mail Checks Payable To:
Pasfarda Arts & Cultural Exchange
1800 W. Roscoe
Suite 408 | Chicago, IL 60657
$75 before October 22
$90 after October 22
$25 Students with valid ID.
Modern Iranian Cinema begins with Dariush Mehrjui. Since his film “The Cow”, a 1971 Venice Film Festival and Chicago International Film Festival prizewinner, he has introduced realism, symbolism and the sensibilities of art cinema, paving the way for the Iranian Cinematic Renaissance, also known as “The New Wave”.