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Iran: 14 films banned since 2007

25 August 2015

Films continue to be banned in Iran. The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran has compiled a list of 14 films banned since 2007 in Iran. Other films may also have faced censorship issues but their makers have chosen to remain quiet, hoping to eventually get a screening permit.

“Rouhani’s remarks during his election campaign increased hopes that banned films would make their way to the cinemas. That hasn’t been the case.”
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» 14 films that have been banned in Iran since 2007


» Despite president Rouhani’s promises films continue to be banned in Iran/




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