ifilm has also brought you a series of exclusive reports from the 38th FFF underway in the Iranian capital city of Tehran.
The special coverage consists of daily episodes focusing on different aspects, events and interviews taking place in the event.
The award winners at the closing ceremony are as follows:
Best Actress in a Leading Role: Nazanin Ahmadi for ‘The Rain Falls Where it Will’
Best Actor in a Leading Role: Peyman Maadi for ‘Walnut Tree’
Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Tannaz Tababtaee for 'Butterfly Stroke'
Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Amir Aqaee for 'Butterfly Stroke'
Best Screenplay: Nima Javidi and Majid Majidi for ‘The Sun’
Best Director: Mohammad-Hossein Mahdavian for ‘Walnut Tree’
Best Editing: Esmaeel Alizadeh for 'Butterfly Stroke'
Best Cinematography: Morteza Najafi for ‘Toman’
Best Short Film: ‘Dabur’ by Saeed Nejati
Best Film in New Look section: 'Zero Day', Saeed Malekan's directorial debut
Best Film: ‘The Sun’, co-produced by Amir Banan and Majid Majidi
Best Documentary: ‘No Place for Angels’
Jury Special Prize: Saeed Malekan for 'Zero Day'
The Fajr Film Festival coincides with the Ten-Day Fajr (Dawn) ceremonies across Iran, marking the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Established in 1982, the FFF is an event that celebrates cultural exchange, displays creative achievements of highly acclaimed cineastes and pays tribute to local and international films.
Since its establishment, the FFF has played a vital role in the development of the Iranian Cinema.
Supervised by Iran’s Ministry of Culture, the festival hosts veteran directors and new filmmakers from Iran and across the world every year.
The 38th Fajr Film Festival was held on February 1-11, 2020 in Tehran.
This is while the international version of the festival will be held in April 2020.