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Charlotte filmfest to show ‘One Night in Tehran’

The 2020 Charlotte Film Festival in the US is to show Iran’s ‘One Night in Tehran’.

The 2020 edition of the Charlotte Film Festival (CFF) in the US has set to show Iranian short flick ‘One Night in Tehran’.

Made by Farhad Najafi, the short film is about a 30-year-old girl who is looking for happiness in the chaos of this crazy busy world.

She, unaware of how her life is going to change forever, takes a cab at night.

‘One Night in Tehran’ has recently competed at the 2020 Loudoun Arts Film Festival and the 4th Rosarito International Film Festival, both in the US.

The CFF is going virtual for its 2020 edition - featuring a wide variety of documentaries, narratives, and student films.

The Charlotte Film Festival provides a cultural hub for established and emerging film-artists to showcase their works to the region's top producers, peers, investors, and viewers.

The CFF is committed to providing an environment that spotlights the next generation of local, regional, national, and international independent filmmakers.

The 2020 edition of the event is slated for September 23-27.

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