An Iranian court has sentenced acclaimed filmmaker Jafar Panahi to six years in prison and barred him from making movies for 20 years. He has also been barred from traveling abroad or giving interviews. Panahi was convicted of gathering and making propaganda against the regime after supporting Iran's "green" opposition movement.
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