Asgar Farhadi’s been making films and gaining respect around the world at film festivals by giving the globe a look into the life of Iranians—and their societal disparities— for almost a decade. And here in the Twin Cities, Trylon Microcinema is hosting a Farhadi-a-thon, where four of his films will be playing starting tonight.  From murder and clemency to love stories, Farhadi touches on political, social, domestic, and gender issues in this array of films, which includes Dancing in the Dust, Beautiful City, Fireworks Wednesday, and A Separation. Make your way to the theater and pick one (or two), grab a large bucket of popcorn, and get sucked into some beautiful film. 7 & 9 p.m. $8. —AA

Trylon Microcinema, 3258 Minnehaha Ave., Mpls., 612-424-5468, take-up.org