TEHRAN – (Iranart)- Four Iranian films are competing in the Kinolub International Film Festival for Children and Youth, which is currently underway in Krakow, Kielce, Rzeszow, Rybnik, Busko and several other cities in southern Poland.
“Twenty-one Days Later” by Mohammadreza Kheradmandan is competing in the official section of the festival, the organizers have announced.
The film is about Morteza, a young boy who wants to accomplish his father’s unfulfilled wish and faces many challenges in doing so.
“Snapshot” by Catalina Arango from Ecuador, “Heroes Steps” by Henry Rincón from Colombia, “Halkaa” by Nila Madhab Panda from India, “Sobre Rodas” by Mauro D’Addio from Brazil, “La mia Famiglia a Soqquadro” by Max Nardari from Italy, “Uzbuna na Zelenom Vrhu” by Cejen Cernic from Croatia and “Nour” by Khalil Dreyfus Zaarour from Lebanon have been selected for the official competition.
Three Iranian filmmakers are also participating in the short film competition of the festival that will run until June 22.
In this section, the films are “Narges’s Voice” by Hadi Rahbar, “Are You Volleyball?” by Mohammad Bakhshi and “Icky” by Parastu Kardgar.