Iranian films won 4 awards at Indian festival


 Four Iranian films were honored during the closing ceremony of the 2nd Kargil International Film Festival in the Indian city on August 23.

Yusef Jafari received the award for best director for his documentary “Chocolate Story”, while Milad Jarmuz was picked as best director for his short film “Numbness”.

“Light Sight” directed by Seyyed Moslem Tabatabai was selected as best animation and Marzieh Kheirkhah received the award for best director for her animation, “In the Crosshairs”.

Movies from other countries also received awards at the event.

The award for best documentary went to “Moonlight Princess” by Elke Margarete Lehrenkrauss from Israel, while “17 Years Together” by Javier Fesser from Spain was crowned best short film

Source: Tehran Times


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