• Revolution of the Euphrates

    This documentary goes to the front line of the fight against Daesh in Iraq and shows the Popular Mobilization Units in action.

  • Race for Justice

    The U.S. police brutality and lethal violence against African Americans has escalated during recent years and the U.S. so-called justice system shows no trace of willingness to bring the corrupt police forces to justice.

  • Ghavam al-Saltaneh Street

    One of the oldest and most beautiful Tehran neighborhoods – Ghavam al-Saltaneh Street – is where Iranian Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians, and Muslims live and work in peace.

  • Iqbal: The Eastern Wisdom

    Allama Muhammad Iqbal’s birthplace, his family members’ personalities and how all this affected the way his personality and way of thinking formed are depicted.

  • The 84th Day

    In June 2014, Amirli, a town in northern Iraq, was besieged by Daesh for about three months. In this film, the main character, an Iraqi engineer, talks about those days.

  • Blazing Dasht

    Dasht-e Lut desert in Iran, even though recorded as at the hottest place on earth, has attracted tourists and athletes to run in an international ultramarathon for 6 days. Let us meet them.

  • Iranscape: Mohtada and Amjad

    In this episode of Iranscape you will meet Mohtada and Amjad, both from Iraq. Mohtada is pursuing his father’s legacy of helping humanity by working as a doctor, and Amjad is a civil engineer.

  • Iran-Trotter: Bahu Kalat

    Javad Gharaei is a young tourist who travels across Iran to explore the country’s most exotic places. In this episode, he visits Bahu Kalat in east Iran, Sistan and Baluchestan Province.

  • I Am from Iran: Parviz Norouzi

    Parviz Norouzi, a prominent Iranian scientist in the field of chemistry, takes us to his personal and academic lives and recounts his memories of academic education.

  • Gharib Quarter

    This film shows how the love for Imam Husayn brings together people of different religions in a small village in Iran.

  • The Secrets Behind Auvers-sur-Oise

    The MKO which is featured among some countries’ lists of terrorist groups is being protected in a small town only 30 kilometers from Paris, in Auvers-sur-Oise. This has resulted in neglect of public interest and freedom of speech.

  • Ta’zieh: The Iranian Opera

    The history of Ta’zieh, a kind of passion play, and its evolutionary trend in the Iranian context are probed into focusing on its constituent components: writing style, directorship, set and costume design, music, and acting style.


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