Sahel Pardis Cinema Complex to Become Iran’s 2nd Cinema Museum

Three of Isfahan City Council and one of Isfahan’s members of parliament have visited the construction site of Isfahan’s Sahel Pardis Cinema Complex.

According to IMNA, the head of Social and Culture Fraction of Isfahan City Council Farideh Roshan, Isfahan MP Nahid Tajoddini, Nassir Mellat and Mehdi Mazrouei Isfahan City Council members, and Mahin Shokrani Isfahan Area One Mayor inspected the site.

Mostafa Hosseini, the project manager of the cinema complex and head of Cinema Affairs of Isfahan Arts Department elaborated on the project and presented the visiting officials with details of the project.

According to Hosseini, the cinema complex can fit 640 seats with the VIP hall seating 50 people.

Hosseini said: “children’s hall will specifically children’s movies supervised by trained teachers. Children can watch films with their parents or with attendance of the teachers.

He added: “an open hall with a view of Si-o-Se Pol is equipped with headset sound system to provide a space for the audience where they can dine and watch films. Naghalli, theater and shows will run in the morning and movies will be screened in the evenings. The complex will be home to 7 halls, a library and the Cinema Museum.”

The Cinema Museum will be the second cinema museum in the country of Iran.

According to Hosseini, the project is due to finish in April 2018; however, financial matters can affect the schedules. The project will abide by is time table given the budget is provided on time.

Hosseini said: “as of now, facilities worth 25 billion Iranian rials (625 thousand dollars) are purchased and 3D screening equipment are installed.”

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