Iranian Film Institute was formed in Malaysia last month to make use of Iranian cinematic experiences and developing cultural ties with Malaysia.
In its first presentation, the institution showcased Iranian feature movie A Cube of Sugar, directed by Reza Mir Karimi, Friday at the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Kuala Lumpur with the presence of enthusiasts and actors.
Based on the schedule, Iranian Film Institute in Malaysia will screen and critically examine one Iranian film each week, on Thursdays, by the help of Iranian Cultural Center in the Southeast Asian country.
A Cube of Sugar, produced in 2011, recounts the story of a family in an old house in an old city of Iran. Because of the wedding of the youngest sister, Pasandide, all of her sisters come to their old house to help their mother.