Tehran – Nine Iranian films are taking part in the Ecosin International Film Festival, a Brazilian event dedicated to environmental and human rights work.
Currently selected films to be screened online in various sections of the festival include “Balance”, “One of the Clearest Rights to Citizenship” and “Sarevo”.
Iranian programming includes Alireza Biglari’s “Snowy Heart”, Behzad Yakhmuri’s “Colorless Leaf”, Amir Gholami’s “Swelling of the Sea”, Hassan Mokhtari’s “Silent Cry” and Mohammed Haidari’s “Under the Walnut Tree”. Khali, “Wood” Yasin Sohrabi.
“Balance” directed by Barsan Rostami competes in the animation category. The film tells the story of soldiers who sacrificed their lives and fought for the peace of the city and future generations.
Reza Khodadi’s “one of the clearest rights of citizenship” focuses on the challenges faced by people with disabilities.
“Sarevo”, directed by Mohammed Abdullahi, is a documentary about Saeed and Abdullah, two rural Iranian teenagers who decide to revive a camel farm in a remote area near the Iran-Afghanistan border.
The aim of this documentary is to show the efforts and solidarity of two people who are fighting to improve their lives by eliminating different ideologies.
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Ecosin will announce the winners on Monday.
Photo: Scene from Muhammad Abdullahi’s documentary “Sarevo”.
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