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IRANORAMA: A webdoc that lets you call the shots

Text by Yann BUXEDA

Latest update : 2014-02-11

As Iran marks 35 years since the revolution that ushered in the Islamic Republic, FRANCE24.com's Iranorama web documentary takes you to the heart of a society little known outside its borders.

You’re a freelance journalist. Sent to Tehran just a few weeks before Iran’s presidential election, you’ve got five days to file a report on the important aspects of daily life in the country and document a society that is little known to the outside world.

A web-documentary directed by Yann Buxeda and Ulysse Gry
Winner of the Best Web documentary (idoc) prize awarded by viewers at the La Rochelle WebProgram Festival

Date created : 2013-10-10

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