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Fajr Film Festival 2019: the must-see photos of the fourth day

The fourth day of the 37th edition of Fajr Film Festival features several films.

ifilm presents to you a pictorial report on the fourth day of the 37th edition of Fajr Film Festival featuring several films, with audience picking their favorites among the movies that have been screened so far.

The feature films 'Orange Days' by Arash Lahouti, Homayoun Ghanizadeh’s ‘Buffoon’ and ‘Snake Venom’, made by Seyyed Javad Razavian, as well as the animated film ‘Sunny Night' were screened on the fourth day of the festival on Saturday.

Seyyed Javad Razavian (R) and Mehran Ghafourian (L)  attend the fourth day of the 37th Fajr film Festival.

The cast of ‘Snake Venom’, directed by Seyyed Javad Razavian, attends the fourth day of the 37th Fajr film Festival.

Homayoun Ghanizadeh, the director of ‘Buffoon’, attends the fourth day of the 37th Fajr film Festival.

Saber Abar (R) and Farzan Jalali, the actors of ‘Buffoon’, attend the fourth day of the 37th Fajr film Festival.

The cast of 'Orange Days' attends the fourth day of the 37th Fajr film Festival.

Ali Mossafa (R) is speaking at a press conference for 'Orange Days', attended by Arash Lahouti, the director the movie, on the fourth day of the 37th Fajr Film Festival.

On Sunday, nine movies have been announced as audience picks, five days after the opening of the festival.

The audience picks included ‘6.5 Per Meter’, ‘23 People’, ‘Takhti, the World Champion’, 'Qasr-e Shirin', ‘The Warden’, ‘Midday Event: Trace of Blood’, ‘Life Hanging’, ‘Night of the Full Moon’ and ‘Oath’.

Most of those movies received extra screenings due to popular demand.

The 37th edition of the FFF kicked off on January 30, 2019, and will run until February 11 in Tehran.

The festival coincides with the Ten-Day Fajr ceremonies across Iran, marking the 40th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Since its establishment in 1982, the FFF has played a vital role in the development of Iranian Cinema.

Supervised by Iran’s Ministry of Culture, the festival hosts veteran directors and new filmmakers from Iran every year.

SQ/MM

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