Iran May Sue Hollywood Over Several Movies, Not Just 'Argo' 10 weeks ago
"Argo" is just one of many films that have offended Iran over the years and a lawyer representing the country in a possible...
By Greg Gilman
Iranian media reports the government is angered over the "unrealistic portrayal" of the country in Ben Affleck's Oscar-winning film
Iran state television called "Argo" an advertisement for the CIA
Guest blog: A former D.C. journalist who was based at the embassy in Tehran and went on to become a Hollywood studio exec says "Argo" gets it right
With "Argo," third-time director Ben Affleck proves his mettle with a crowd-pleasing historical thriller
An engaging documentary about an American basketball player in Iran, "The Iran Job" finds a new way to explore cultural differences and explode stereotypes
As defending champ Iran says it won't participate in the Oscars because of "Innocence of Muslims," Austria's "Amour" and France's "The Intouchables" look like sure-fire nominees
Iran had planned to submit "A Cube of Sugar" for the best foreign language award
Oliver Stone's son Sean recently converted to Islam on a trip to Iran, prompting his appearance on "The O'Reilly Factor"
Le Carre's tale of a government relying on manipulated intelligence reports --and then failing to acknowledge it -- remain all too relevant
The actress was prosecuted for appearing in the Australian movie "My Tehran for Sale" with an uncovered head
After visiting Iran for a week, he says at Toronto, “Israel has nuclear weapons, Iran has the right to them. Every nation has the right to defense"
Director Maryam Keshavarz paints a society with limited outs, where surveillance becomes unbearable when it enters the home
Martin Scorsese, Ridley Scott, Ron Howard, Sean Penn, Susan Sarandon and others signed the petition, which protests Iran's treatment of director Jafar Panahi
Deputy culture minister says ban leaves "dark stain" on festival history; von Trier says his comments were "unintelligent and hurtful"
The one party, strong man rule that has dominated the land of the Pharaohs for decades is coming apart before our eyes in an information-driven uprising. What and who is next?
After threats of violence, government says that documentary about Iran's nuclear ambitions will screen at the National Archives
Documentary about country's nuclear threat was supposed to screen on Tuesday, but was pulled due to threats of violence
Organizers to honor Jafar Panahi, who is in prison for making a film
A movie based on the outrage caused by the whistle-blowing website is a blockbuster waiting to happen!
Jafar Panahi is topic of discussion as fellow Iranian Abbas Kiarostami presents his film at Cannes
Authorities say the director is "accused of some crimes" and the arrest is not politically motivated
Hossein Hedjazi's political news is beamed to his ex-countrymen by a makeshift satellite network.
Thousands of people make their voice heard during a Sunday demonstration in Tehran.
Foreign outlets barred as protests spread in the the capital despite ban by premier Khameini.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation