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Laureates of 3rd “Iran’s Cinema Book of the Year” named

Iran's 3rd Cinema Book of the Year was held Saturday, October 29, evening in the House of Cinema. The celebration honored Mohammad Gozar-abadi specially. The juries evaluated 76 cinematic books in the field of compilation, research and translation.

IBNA: The ceremony's presenter was Kamran Maleki and it was themed on "Learning Cinema's written culture".

The edition's juries were chaired by Rokhsareh Qaem-Maghami, Jamal Omid, Omid Roohani, Shahab-uddin Adel, Shahram Jafari-nejhad and Reza Dorost-kar while Goli Emami was the group's manger.

Goli Emami said:" The juries evaluated 76 cinematic books in the field of compilation, research and translation."

Evaluating the books we came to know that the active publishers of cinematic literature as well as the authors and translators who are interested in the field are currently publishing the books with a deeper vision and scheduled plans."

Moreover she expressed her sorrow over the death of Abul-hassan Alavi Tabatabee who translated William Indick's "Movies and the mind: theories of the great psychoanalysts applied to film" into Persian and Foad Najaf-zadeh, translator of Filmmaking for dummies.

In other news, Kamal tabrizi and Merila Zare'e presented the Golden pen of the best compiled book to Behzad Rahimian for his "Directors" which was released by Rozanehkar.

Moreover Mohammad Gozar-abadi was awarded with a special prize for 5 of his translations which participated in the 3ed edition. He was honored by Mohammad reza Moeni and Gholamreza Mousavi for his accuracy in translation.

In the translation section books including "Documentary storytelling" translated by Hamid-reza Lari, "Film: an introduction" translated by Fattah Mohammadi, "Les grands thèmes du cinéma américain" translated by Nader Takmil Homayoon, "Roman according to Polanski" translated by Azadeh Akhlaghi and "Introduction to documentary" rendered into Persian by Mohammad Tahami-nejhad were selected.

Then a video clip on honoring Parviz Davaei was screened.

Parviz Davaei was born in 1935 in Tehran. He has translated books including "A space odyssey", "Scenario writing techniques", "Dictionary of cinematic terms" and "Cinema according to Hitchcock".

Furthermore the best cinematic book publishers were selected and the manger of Cheshmeh publication Hassan Kiaeeian was awarded.

See: http://www.ibna.ir/vdcgwz9q3ak9xn4.5jra.html.