According to news, the Canadian International Documentary Film Festival "HOT DOCS " is going to screen four Iranian movies .
The four movies will be covered in its " spotlight on Iran" portion.
These films are:
1- "Tehran has no more pomegranates "- by Masud Bakhshi
2-"The red card "- By Mahnaz Afzali
3- "Where do I belong?"- By Mahvash Sheikholeslami
4- "It is always late for freedom "-By Mehrdad Oskuii
Tthis festival will feature 170 films from 36 countries . The festival will run from April 17- 27.
If you go
Hot Docs, a documentary film festival, runs from April 17 to 27 at seven venues in Toronto. Documentaries with good "buzz" sell out early, so it's a good idea to purchase advance tickets. The complete schedule is on the festival Web site, www.hotdocs.ca.Tickets cost $10 Canadian for screenings before 6 p.m., $12 Canadian for screenings after 6 p.m. and $5 Canadian for late screenings (11 p.m.). Various passes are also available. To order, call (416) 637-5150 or go to www.hotdocs.ca.To buy tickets on-site: Tickets can be purchased up to the day before a screening at the festival box office, at Hazelton Lanes mall in Yorkville, 87 Avenue Road (two blocks north of Bloor Street). Day-of tickets go on sale one hour before showtime at the film's venue.Tip: Moviegoers start lining up as much as 60 to 90 minutes before a screening, especially if they need to purchase a ticket. Before you get in a line, be sure to ask the folks ahead of you if you're in the ticket-buyer's line or ticket-holder's line. Hot Docs doesn't oversell seats, but the earlier you get in line, the better your choice of seats.
Also in April
Theater: In addition to Toronto's active independent theater scene, the city's mainline venues are staging The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Parts 1 & 2 (through April 20 at the Princess of Wales Theatre), Dirty Dancing — The Classic Story on Stage (through August at the Royal Alexandra Theatre) and We Will Rock You (through April 27 at The Canon Theatre CanStage).Other performing arts: The Toronto Symphony Orchestra performs at Roy Thompson Hall almost nightly from April 16 to 27. The Harbourfront Center hosts the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company from April 16 to 19 and Ballet Creole's spring concert from April 17 to 19. Sports: The Toronto Blue Jays play at home April 16 to 21, while Toronto's soccer team, the Toronto FC, have home games on April 19 and April 26.For more: For a full calendar of events and other tourist information, call Toronto Tourism at (800) 499-2514 or go to www.torontotourism.com.