Live
Ifilm App
فارسی عربي
Sunday June 30, 2019 12:17123
-
Aa
+

All Iran to host children film festival

Iran’s 32nd Int’l Film Festival for Children and Youth is to be held nationwide.

The 32nd edition of the International Film Festival for Children and Youth (ICFF) has scheduled to display the films at several movie theaters across Iran.

Secretary of the festival Alireza Tabesh said the festival’s films will be screened in different provinces across the country.

“Culture and Islamic Guidance departments of different provinces have the opportunity to introduce their movie theaters to the festival’s secretariat for screening the films and then we would send the films to them,” he said.

The secretary expressed hope to hold the festival properly in collaboration with different cultural centers and the children and youth to experience a lively festival this summer.

According to the 32nd ICFF website, the event aims to enhance the cinematic products of this age bracket and introduce the top works in national and international arenas.

The festival aims to promote ethical values such as family unity, appropriate lifestyle, respect for humanity, self-esteem, social responsibility, environmental protection and it also seeks to create awareness of the uprising future challenges.

The ICFF is organized annually by the Iranian Organization of Cinema and Audiovisual Affairs, Farabi Cinema Foundation and the Municipality of Isfahan.

Showcasing quality national and international films and works for children and young adults; creating a platform for the presence of professionals and cineastes active in the cinema industry for children and young adults; boosting collaboration and production of films for children and young adults by creating interaction among creators, experts and the audience; and promoting knowledge transfer and exchange of products of high artistic value, capable of contributing to cultural as well as social growth are among main objectives of the festival.

The 32nd ICFF is slated for August 19-28, 2019 in the Iranian historic city of Isfahan.

MG/MG

Comments
Send