Seeing Beyond The Visible: The Films Of Abbas Kiarostami

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Selected by veteran film curator and film festival programmer Peter Scarlet (co-curator of Doors Without Keys), these screenings complement Kiarostami’s evocative installation Doors Without Keys, providing an invaluable opportunity to appreciate Kiarostami’s versatility as an artist and filmmaker.

January–March 2016

After a special evening screening on January 28, make Sundays your day to visit the Museum! Have lunch, explore our exhibitions, and enjoy a matinée of one of Abbas Kiarostami’s unforgettable films. Seeing Beyond the Visible: The Films of Abbas Kiarostami will culminate with a rare one-day marathon of “The Koker Trilogy” on March 27.

Learn more about each film and buy your tickets:

The Traveler
Thursday, January 28, 8 pm
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Sunday, January 31, 2 pm
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Sunday, February 7, 2 pm
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Taste of Cherry
Sunday, February 14, 2 pm
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The Wind Will Carry Us
Sunday, February 21, 2 pm
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Sunday February 28, 2 pm
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Sunday, March 6, 2 pm
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Certified Copy
Sunday, March 13, 2 pm
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Like Someone in Love
Sunday, March 20, 2 pm
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“The Koker Trilogy” Marathon
Sunday, March 27, 12–6 pm
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Single screening tickets:
$15, $13.50 members, $12 students and seniors, $10.80 student/senior members

$120 adults; $108 members, students, and seniors; $92.20 student/senior members

See all 12 Kiarostami screenings from January 28–March 27 plus one free Museum admission and a 50% discount on parking for all screening days!

Order in-person or call at 416.646.4677, ext. 7700. (Not available online.) Must be purchased before January 28 at 8 pm.

Supported by
Hashoo Foundation
Greater Houston Retailers Cooperative Association, Inc.
Nadir Badruddin & Family

Screening Series Co-presented by TIFF
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By: Aga Khan Museum

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