Iranian short film 'It Rains Slowly' is to be screened at the Seoul Metro International Subway Film Festival.
Directed by Saeed Nejati, the film will vie at the ninth edition of the South Korean festival.
The short film, directed by Saeed Nejati, is the first joint product of the Qom Youth Cinema Society and the İzmir Metropolitan Municipality from Turkey.
Produced in Turkey, ‘It Rains Slowly’ tells the story of some school students in the 1980s who intended to help their teacher.
The short film has so far taken part at a number of international film events, including the 30th Exground Film Festival in Germany, the 11th International Children’s Film Festival in Bangladesh, and the 35th Busan International Film Festival in South Korea.
The Seoul Metro International Subway Film Festival has tried to expand extreme-short film base as the first International Metro Film Festival in Asia.
The festival will introduce 90-second films to variety of age groups, nationalities and social classes