News ID: 80430
Publish Date: 21 November 2007 - 00:00
TEHRAN, (SCIB) – In continuation of screening war cinema films in “Resistance Film Association”? the film “The Shop on Main Street”? will be screened today on Wednesday November 21st, 2007 at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
According to the reporter of NavideShahed; this film is a production of Czechoslovakia in 1965. It is directed by Jan Kader, Elmar Klous. Lavsila and Gras Man Jan are the writers of the mentioned film. Aida Kaminska, Josef Kroner and Adam Matika are the actresses and actors of the film “The Shop on Main Street”?. The film is the story of Tono Bertyko who is a member of a poor Oslovakian family. During the World War II a shop owned by a Jewish old widow named Mrs Loutman is ceded to him by the government. The old woman thinks Tono intends to work and she hires him. Then the government commands Jewish families to leave the city and … The film “The Shop on Main Street”? has won Oscar Prize for the Best Foreign Film in 1966. It also won the prize of the Best Foreign Film from New York Critics Association in 1966. This film was also the nominee to receive Golden Palm from Cannes Film Festival in 1965. “Resistance Film Association”? screens one of war cinema films in cooperation with “Resistance Cultural Complex”? and “Osveh Cultural- Art Complex”? every Wednesday at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

According to the reporter of NavideShahed; this film is a production of Czechoslovakia in 1965. It is directed by Jan Kader, Elmar Klous. Lavsila and Gras Man Jan are the writers of the mentioned film. Aida Kaminska, Josef Kroner and Adam Matika are the actresses and actors of the film “The Shop on Main Street”?. The film is the story of Tono Bertyko who is a member of a poor Oslovakian family. During the World War II a shop owned by a Jewish old widow named Mrs Loutman is ceded to him by the government. The old woman thinks Tono intends to work and she hires him. Then the government commands Jewish families to leave the city and … The film “The Shop on Main Street”? has won Oscar Prize for the Best Foreign Film in 1966. It also won the prize of the Best Foreign Film from New York Critics Association in 1966. This film was also the nominee to receive Golden Palm from Cannes Film Festival in 1965. “Resistance Film Association”? screens one of war cinema films in cooperation with “Resistance Cultural Complex”? and “Osveh Cultural- Art Complex”? every Wednesday at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
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