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Trenton film festival to screen Iranian ‘Tangle’

The 13th Trenton Film Festival in the US is to screen Iranian ‘Tangle’.

The 13th edition of the Trenton Film Festival in the US has scheduled to screen acclaimed Iranian short animation ‘Tangle’.

Directed by Maliheh Gholamzadeh, the animation is a war story narrating the separation of people from their homeland due to war and the subsequent crisis.

It depicts some people who lose their homes in wars and are forced to leave all their memories and loved ones behind.

‘Tangle’ recently won three main awards, including the best director award and the award of the Association Internationale du Film d’Animation (ASIFA) at the 11th Iran Independent Animation Celebration and the best title award at the 15th International Sretensky Orthodox Film Festival ‘Vstrecha’ in Russia.

Scheduled to go on screen at the 14th Taos Shortz Film Festival in the US, the animation has taken part at several global events, including the SPE Media Festival, the 10th We Like 'Em Short Film Festival and the 45th Seattle International Film Festival, all in the US, the 16th Sedicicorto International Film Festival in Italy, the 11th Wimbledon International Short Film Festival in the UK, and the 15th Early Bird International Student Film Festival in Bulgaria where it received the Best Animation award.

The Trenton Film Festival screens new, cutting-edge film of various genres from around the world, offering filmmakers the opportunity to interact with audiences and connect with other filmmakers at various stages in their career, according to an online film submission platform.

The 13th edition of the festival will take place in the city of Trenton on March 26-29, 2020.

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