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Iranian ‘Bowl, Paper, Fish’ competing in Brazil

The 2020 MOSCA – Cambuquira Short Film Festival in Brazil is hosting Iranian ‘Bowl, Paper, Fish’.

Iranian short animation ‘Bowl, Paper, Fish’ has been competing at the 13th edition of the MOSCA – Cambuquira Short Film Festival in Brazil.

The 6-minute animation, written and directed by Amir-Shahab Mehdizadeh, narrates the story of two very young vendors who sell their goods alongside the beach.

One of them sells fish in plastic bags and the other sells paintings of free fish in the sea.

The animation was presented at the Mitreo Film Festival in Italy, the Short Films Festival of Biodiversity in Portugal, the International Ecological Telefestival in Russia, the HUMANO Human Rights Film Festival in Mexico, the Festival Film Bahari in Indonesia, the Make Art Not War festival in the US, and the Grounded Film Festival in the UK.

The MOSCA festival offers a wide range of programs with the purpose of promoting entertainment and culture through screening films.

The 13th edition of the MOSCA started on November 27 and will come to an end on December 12, 2020.

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