Iran’s short animation ‘Tangle’ has been awarded at the International Sretensky Orthodox Film Festival ‘Vstrecha’ in Russia.
The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) reported on Wednesday that the animation won the best title award at the closing ceremony of the 15th Vstrecha which was held in the Russian city of Obninsk.
Directed by Maliheh Gholamzadeh, ‘Tangle’ tells the story of people who have to leave their homeland because of war.
According to the report, the motto of this year’s edition of the festival was Father, Fatherhood and Homeland. Many of the movies that attended the event were about fatherhood and the relationship between parents and their children.
‘Tangle’ has attended various international film festivals and managed to grab several awards, including the Best Animation award at the 15th Early Bird International Student Film Festival in Bulgaria.