An online and face-to-face workshop titled "Creative nature in acting" will be held with Ali Nasirian.

Ali Nassirian is an Iranian actor and director. He has received various accolades, including a Crystal Simorgh and a Hafez Award. Ali Nassirian (b. 1935), now a celebrity in Iranian cinema, was preoccupied, during the 1950s to the 1970s, with the idea of creating a theatre, and supplying it with a repertoire, which would be rooted in Iranian folklore and indigenous theatrical forms. His oeuvre includes thirteen plays, most of which draw, partly or extensively, on Iranian popular improvisatory forms. He worked with some new wave filmmakers as Dariush Mehrjui’s “Cow”(1969). He played the lead role in The Saturday Hunter (2011), and Sun Children (2020).

These workshops will be held on the 27th to the 29th of July, and Nasirian will talk to those interested about what is in our existence and must be discovered.

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Source: Iran Theater