iFilm is an Arabic network based in Iran that launched on August 11, 2010. The original purpose of the channel is to present Iranian films and serials to the Arabian world.
The iFilm Network is planned as a 24-hour TV channel. The broadcasts will begin from 18-00 until 2-00 Mecca time Zone (18-30 to 2-30 Tehran Time Zone) - the most popular with Middle Eastern audiences. The network will broadcast each day in three 8-hour end-to-end séances; the first 8-hour séances will have the latest films and in two other séances, all programs will be repeated so a audiences can access their favorite programs regardless of the time zone variations around the globe.
TV series, movies, live quizzes on arts, backstage documentaries on films and ongoing productions, movie and film reviews, short films and documentaries about Iran, commercials and more are from parts of the daily programming for the network.
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