Iran’s feature ‘Simin’ has been set to participate at this year’s edition of the Baikal International Film Festival "PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT” in Russia.
The 2019 edition of the film festival "PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT" will screen ‘Simin’ in the following autumn.
Directed by Morteza Atash-Zamzam, ‘Simin’ is about the reasons behind the drying up of Zayandeh Rood, the largest river of the Iranian Plateau in central Iran, and its impacts on people, especially the farmers.
The film is participating at the 10th edition of the Jagran Film Festival which is underway in India.
The film festival "PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT" aims at raising environmental awareness by means of cinematography.
The next edition of the event will take place on September 19-23, 2019.