Three Iranian short films will be shown at this year's edition of the International Short Film Festival of The Bay of Pasaia, IKUSKA, later this month in Spain .
Babak Habibifar's 'I Love You' and 'Retouch', directed by Kaveh Mazaheri, as well as 'Manicure' by Arman Fayyaz will take part in the main section of the Spanish event.
‘I Love You’ is a 12-minute short film about a lonely man who hears strange noises and wants to discover their sources.
The short film has so far taken part in a number of international film events.
Meanwhile, ‘Manicure’ tells the story of a man struggling to cope with the unexpected death of his wife, who committed suicide in a village. He has to bury his wife, but the villagers refuse to bury the corpse in the holy tomb of the village.
Produced by the Iranian Youth Cinema Society, ‘Retouch’ is about a young woman whose husband dies before her eyes and she just observes the tragic scene.
The 20th edition of IKUSKA will kick off on November 9 and will run until November 11.
The trio will represent Iran in the festival, which will feature other short films from various countries, including France, Switzerland, Spain, Argentina, Kosovo and Canada.