TEHRAN.(Iranart) – Twenty-nine movies by filmmakers from 21 countries will be screened in the official competition of the 34th Tehran International Short Film Festival, the organizers announced on Sunday.
“Advertisement” by Timur Ismailov from the Netherlands, “Limbo” by Konstantina Kotzamani from Greece, “Adaptation” by Bartosz Kruhlik and “Demon” by Piotr Domalewski, both from Poland, are among the films.
The lineup also includes “Andrew” by Tornike Gogrichiani from Georgia, “All That Remains” by Anne-Lise Morin from Belgium, “Bus Story” by Jorge Yudice from Spain and “Clothes” by Veselin Boidev from Bulgaria.
The 34th Tehran International Short Film Festival will be running from October 17 to 22.
Earlier last week, the organizers announced the lineup for the experimental section of the event. Twelve movies by foreign filmmakers have been selected for this category.
The festival will also screen 12 short documentaries from international filmmakers. Among the documentary films are “Last Letters” by Nils Clauss from Southe Korea and “Donbass Underground” by Valery Melnikov from Russia.