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‘Wedding of Zinat’s Son’ to compete at Visual Anthropology filmfest

Iranian doc ‘Wedding of Zinat’s Son’ is to vie at the 2021 Moscow Int'l Festival of Visual Anthropology in Russia.

Iranian documentary ‘Wedding of Zinat’s Son’ is slated to vie at the 2021 Moscow International Festival of Visual Anthropology in Russia.

Directed and produced by Farhad Varahram, the film will be screened at the Tretyakov Gallery during the ninth edition of the festival.

The 64-minute doc will represent Iran at the main competition section of the event.

‘Wedding of Zinat’s Son’ tells the story of Mohsen, Zinat’s eldest son, who is studying electronics and computer at a university in Italy.

Because of loneliness and years of separation from their children, Zinat and her husband convince their eldest son to return to Iran forever and marry the girl they have chosen for him.

This film is the story of the wedding of Zinat’s son, which is held over six days in Salkh Village on Qeshm Island.

The International Festival of Visual Anthropology runs every two years in Moscow.

The Festival aims to show the diversity and unity of people and the cultures of the world through the medium of cinema.

The festival accepts documentaries made by filmmakers and anthropologists from all around the world.

The 2021 edition of the event is currently underway from May 11-16.