The Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA) has been offering eight Iranian animations at the Clermont-Ferrand film market in France.
The Iranian stand at the film market is introducing and distributing eight short animated pieces, including ‘The Cycling Wind’ by Nazanin Sobhan-Sarbandi, ‘Am I a Wolf?’ by Amir-Houshang Moeen, and ‘The Dog That Was Ill’ by Parvin Tajvid.
The Iranian stand also offers ‘Fisherman and the Spring’ by Hassan Soltani, ‘Hero’ by Kianoush Abedi, ‘Lomo’s Scary Night’ by Sareh Shafieepour, ‘Wish I Had a Brother’ by Nahid Shamsdoust, and ‘Golden Topknot’ by Mahin Javaherian.
The Clermont-Ferrand film market is a side event of the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, which is considered the second largest film festival in terms of audience and professional attendance in France after the Cannes.
The 34th Clermont-Ferrand film market is hosting 41 stands from 32 countries this year.
The IIDCYA is Iran’s sole representative at the event, which has been running on February 2-6, 2019, in the French city of Clermont-Ferrand.
The IIDCYA is an Iranian institution with a wide range of cultural and artistic activities in the field of mental and cultural development for children and young adults.