The mayor of London will join some of the leading names in British film at a free premiere screening of the Oscar-nominated 'The Salesman', the Iranian director of which was affected by US President Donald Trump's travel ban.
Too much television time has long been linked to childhood obesity, but a study suggested that the connection holds true for smaller screens too, such as computers, gaming consoles, tablets and smartphones.
Britain television's most prestigious event took place Sunday night in the British capital, with some of the biggest names from both small and silver screen in attendance for the annual BAFTA TV Awards.
The 34th edition of Iran's Fajr International Film Festival (FIFF) announced the screening programs in the category of Cinema Salvation (International Competition) and Eastern Panorama Section (Asia and Islamic countries).
Youngsters who spend too much time staring at televisions and computers may be more depressed than those who abstain completely, but kids who enjoy screen time in moderation may be the happiest of all, a recent analysis suggests.