Shutter speed: a new series at the Museum of Modern Art showcases a staggering range of Iranian films made before the revolution of 1979, including including films by Bahram Beyzaie, Amir Naderi, and Masoud Kimiai
Through the lens: Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon explores an overlooked chapter of American history, and intervenes in film history itself, especially as it pertains to representations of Native peoples
Out of the fog: the NYFF61 Revivals section features a thematic thread of films about immigration and displacement: Bahram Beyzaie’s The Stranger and the Fog, Tewfik Saleh’s The Dupes, Horace Ové’s Pressure, and more
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