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Persian Movie Night "Ghesseha" at Temple University Past

Friday, Nov 13, 2015 ,
6:30 PM - 11:00 PM
- Philadelphia, PA, United States

After the first successful screening, ISTU (Iranian Students of Temple University) is hosting the second Persian Movie Night, a movie/ dinner/ socializing event. This time we eventually were able to purchase the screening copyright for Rakhshan Bani-Etema'd's latest masterpiece, Ghesseha (Tales).
It includes an open panel to discuss and talk about the movie, as well as serving dinner and socializing with old and new friends.

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Payman Maadi – Peyman Moaadi (born March 5, 1971 in New York) is an Iranian actor, screenwriter, and director. He is best known for starring in the films A Separation and About Elly by director ...


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