Color of Pomegranate
Color of Pomegranate

Color of Pomegranate

Color of Pomegranate

Avant-garde film by Russian director Sergei Parajanov, ‘The Color of Pomegranate’ will have a single screening at Baharan Educational Institute on  December 23, Tiwall.com reported.
Through non-narrative amalgamations of poetic images, the 1968 film depicts the life of the revered 18th-century Armenian poet and musician Sayat-Nova. It chronicles the events in the life of the artist from childhood up to his death.
The cast includes Sofiko Chiaureli, Spartak Bagashivily, Giorgi Gegechkori and Medea Japaridze among others.
Every Saturday the institute screens an art house film followed by review and discussions surrounding the film in the presence of an expert. This week’s session will be managed by Farzan Sojoudi, an associate professor at Tehran Art University.
Baharan Institute is located at No. 21, Nourbakhsh Alley, Jouybar St., Fatemi Square.

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