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Japanese fest to host Iranian short doc ‘Ojaq’

Iranian short doc ‘Ojaq’ is to compete at the 2020 MEIHODO filmfest in Japan.

Iranian short documentary ‘Ojaq’ has been selected to compete the 3rd edition of the MEIHODO International Youth Visual Media Festival (MIYVMF) in Japan.

Ali Bolandnazar’s ‘Ojaq’ is about the folk customs of the Qashqai Clan, and the role of Ojaq or oven among the people of this clan.

The documentary has previously participated at the 23rd Religion Today Film Festival in Italy and grabbed the Best Short Documentary award.

Bolandnazar’s documentary has also took part in the sixth edition of the VIVA Film Festival in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Founded in 2018, the MIYVMF aims to support young visual artists from around the world.

Based on festival’s official website, the event includes four sections of “theme works exhibition, the exchange of works, and the evaluation and award ceremony”.

The MIYVMF is slated for December 23-30, 2020.

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