List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2007-10-05

    Nassim Assefi Reads from her Novel ARIA

    Washington DC Friday - October 5, 2007     07:00 PM

    Washington, D.C.

    Friday, October 5, 7pm

    Reading and booksigning and music. Nassim Assefi reads from her novel ARIA (nassimassefi.com).

    Special guest, Iranian-American Composer and Persian Santur virtuoso, Roya Bahrami, will play a few pieces from her new album Roya, in which she blends Persian mysticism with flamenco.

    Olsson's Bookstore in Dupont Circle

    1307 19th Street NW

    Washington, DC 20036

    DAVID & LAYLA film- SEATTLE U.S. Public Release

    Seattle Friday - October 5, 2007     07:00 PM

    Exact daily showtimes & Trailer at: http://www.davidandlayla.com/ .

    AMC Uptown 3. Film premiers on this date with several daily screenings. It shall continue to play for a week or more, as long as Iranians and American friends go to see it, especially during first weekend.

    Inspired by a true story.

    +++ "An earnest, frequently funny comedy. Persian Shiva Rose (Layla) excels as a self-reliant damsel in distress worth rooting for." - VARIETY.

    +++ "A bold, politically relevant film against impossible odds." - Harold Pinter, 2005 Nobel Laureate, London-based playwright & screenwriter.

    +++ "A superior variation on My Big Fat Greek Wedding, with unexpected insights." - Independent Film Critic.

    +++ "It's hard not to be infected by the good humor and sheer joie de vivre of David & Layla." -LA Weekly

    +++ "Take the star-crossed romance of Romeo & Juliet, add some graphic sexual humor a la The 40-Year-Old Virgin and toss into the crucible of Middle East politics, and you get David & Layla, a frothy romantic comedy. David & Layla is suffused with the warmth and passion of filmmaker Jay Jonroy Every scene Callie Thorne is in crackles with unhinged hilarity." - Washington Post.

    +++ "This indie New York comedy ultimately seduces us with a steady assault of goodwill, bad jokes, goofy charm and buoyant music into buying a love affair between Brooklyn Jew and a Kurdish Muslim. It becomes contagious." - Washington Jewish Week

    +++ "My big, fat, Jewish-Muslim wedding." - The Jerusalem Post

    +++ "David & Layla manages to be both randy and chaste. An offbeat cross-cultural romance with a positive message." - The Los Angeles Times. +++ "Course of Love Runs Smooth in Film about Muslim-Jewish relations." - VOA Press Conference USA.

    U.S. cinemas & Trailer at official movie site: http://www.DavidandLayla.com.

    E - Mail: DavidandLayla@NewrozFilms.com
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