Foreign experts to discuss “Hollywoodism” at Iranian filmfest

January 24, 2011 - 0:0

TEHRAN -- Foreign guests invited to Fajr film festival will be discussing the impact of Hollywood in the world of cinema.

Organizers of the Fajr International Film Festival are holding a conference entitled “Hollywoodism and Cinema” on the sidelines of the event on February 6 and 7, Culture Ministry official Gholamreza Montazemi said in a press conference held on Sunday.
French actor and political activist famous for his anti-Zionist attitudes Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, American documentary filmmaker Abdullah Hashem, and French director and screenwriter Mathieu Kassovitz are among the invited guests who will be taking part in the conference, he added.
The conference will be held on different themes including Zionism and Hollywood, terrorism and Hollywood, Hollywood and Satanism and the American lifestyle in Hollywood.
Several other cineastes coming from Italy, Lebanon, Switzerland, Ukraine, India and several other countries will also be attending the program.
The 29th edition of the Fajr International Film Festival will run in Tehran from February 5 to 15.