Six foreign quests of 36th Tehran International Short Film Festival announced


12/11/2019 17:47:00
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The six foreign guests of the 36th Tehran International Short Film Festival are from Germany, Turkey, France, Austria and Japan.

 

Simone Späni from Germany's Berlin Film Festival (Berlinale), the Turkish director Ugur Sahin, Laurent Crouzeix a key member of France's Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival and head of Short Film Festival Depot, Seigo Tôno director of Japan Short Film Festival, Gerald Weber a member of Sixpack Company and Baptiste Bertin a French producer are among the foreign guests of the festival.

 

Foreign guests are slated to share their valuable experience which audience in separate free-of-charge sessions accompanied by a translator.

 

Presided by Sadeq Mousavi, the 36th Tehran International short film festival will be held in Tehran on Nov 9-15, 2019.

 

Some 140 film from 25 countries will vie in international fiction, international, international documentary, international experimental, international animation, national fiction, national documentary, national experimental, national animations sections of the festival.

 

In a meantime, the works of Mahvash Sheikholeslami, Masoud Amini Tirani would be reviewed on the sideline of the event.

For the first time, the Spotlight section of the Berlin International Film Festival in Germany presents four short films during the 36 edition of the Tehran International Short Film Festival.

 

 

 

PUKmedia - Mansour Jahani

 


 

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