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Iranian short ‘The Stopped Clock’ to vie in Italy

Iran’s ‘The Stopped Clock’ is to compete at the 2020 Salerno Int’l Film Festival in Italy.

Iranian short flick ‘The Stopped Clock’ has been selected to compete at the 74th edition of the Salerno International Film Festival in Italy.

Directed by Mina Sadat-Hosseini, the short film narrates the story of a woman named Roya, who is in a situation that may end in losing her husband, daughter, and job.

The cast of the short film includes Solmaz Qasemi, Arman Azizi, Niknaz Zafarnia, and Ida Ebrahimzadeh.

‘The Stopped Clock’ has been presented at a number of film festivals such as the 4th Directors Cut International Film Festival in Canada, the 13th Jehlum Short & Long Film Festival in India, the 4th GardenCity International Film Festival in India, and the 7th Red Dirt Film Festival in the US.

Born in 1945, the Salerno festival aims to promote culture through cinema.

Feature films, short films, cartoons, and fictions are presented to compete at the festival.

The 2020 edition of the event is slated for November 30-December 5.

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