Iran is the 17th largest country of the world and it is known to be among the top ten richest countries in historical heritage and tourist attractions. Its history is rich; its nature vastly wide and its people are colorful. Iran’s glory does not only dwell in the passages of history books and this modern country swells today with growth and advancement and its cities are as exuberant and vibrant as any other megalopolis.
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 d...
A depiction of the fact that the Persian Gulf is an indispensible part of Persian history and culture dating back to the pre-historic era.
This documentary follows a Western journalist to the historic city of Shiraz where he explores the rich history, culture and architecture of the city.
This documentary follows a young Western tourist to the ancient city of Yazd where he explores the rich history, culture and architecture of the city.
Iran: Women and the Islamic Revolution
After the fall of the Shah in 1979, Iranian women found themselves in a new situation. Their struggle alongside men, constitutional rights, equality and hijab were recurrent themes at that time.
Leading Women of Iran
This documentary follows four successful Iranian women and shows how they have managed to strike a balance between their professional and personal life.
Kingdom of Hearts
This documentary tells the story of Imam Reza’s shrine in Mashhad, Iran, by providing interesting and informative information about its history, buildings, personnel, etc.
This documentary follows a young Western tourist to the ancient city of Isfahan where she explores the rich history, culture and architecture of the city.
Iran is Great
A journey following a European family of four on a promotional campaign to introduce Iran’s rich culture and civilization.
A Gasp for Breath
The reasons behind climate change or global warming, as a threatening environmental problem, and the adverse repercussions it inflicts upon different aspects of human life are discussed in detail.
Memories of Qasr Edifice
Once a royal palace for the Qajar shahs and once a prison for political dissidents during the Pahlavi dynasty, Qasr Edifice has been turned to a museum to embody the history of modern Iran.
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.