Italian, South Korean, Iranian Judges to review TISFF films

Mansour Jahani - Several judges from Italy, South Korea and Iran will review 63 short films from 19 countries in the 37th edition of the Tehran International Short Film Festival (TISFF) which inaugurated in Tehran on Jan 20, 2021.


Iranian Director Behnam Behzadi, Italian Director Lia Beltrami as well as Planning Manager of Bussan Film Festival Kyeongyeon are slated to judge the films in this international film festival.


The names of films which compete for winning the festival trophy and its 3,000-dollar-pize in fiction, documentary, experiment and animation sections are as follows:


Fiction Section:

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