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Iranian short film ‘The Hands’ to compete in India

Iran’s ‘The Hands’ is to compete at the 2020 King Review filmfest in India.

Iranian short title ‘The Hands’ has been selected to compete at the 2020 edition of the King Review Film Festival in India.

Directed by Parviz Rajaee, the short title is themed on determinism and free will.

It shows some people wait for a force to form them, but there is another group that its members try to act and create.

Also written by Rajaee, the short title has previously been selected to go to many global events, including the Southport International Short Film Festival in the UK, the Sylhet Film Festival in Bangladesh, the Southeast Regional Film Festival in the US, the South Coast Film Festival of the UK, the Kosice International Monthly Film Festival of Slovakia and the World Premiere Film Awards in the US.

The King Review Festival is an online event in which all the selected films are reviewed and posted for the audience to watch.

The winners will be given an audience choice award and a special mention award.

The 2020 edition of the King Review Film Festival will be held on September 14-16.

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