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31st Iran's Children Filmfest. names winners

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31st Iran's Children Filmfest. names winners

The Golden Butterfly was granted to “Pastarioni”.

The Golden Butterfly was given to ‘Knockout’.

The Golden Butterfly for Best Screenplay was granted to Mitra Teimourian and Gholamreza Ramezani for “Knockout”.

31st Iran's Children Filmfest. names winners

The Golden Butterfly for Best Animated Short was granted to ‘Porter’.

31st Iran's Children Filmfest. names winners

The Golden Butterfly for Best Short Film was granted to ‘Marlon’.

The Golden Butterfly for Best Actor was shared by Sajad Ismaeili and Samiar Mohammadi.

Morteza Hosseini was specially thanked by the jury for his performance in “Third Person Singular”.

The Special Jury Prize was given to the feature-length animated movie “The Last Fiction”, directed by Ashkan Rahgozar that entered the competition section.

The Special Jury Prize was granted to Mahmmadreza Haji Gholami, director of the feature film ‘Stammer’.

The jury’s Golden Butterfly for the Best Film for Children was granted to “Pastarioni”, produced by Bita Mansouri.

The jury’s Best Film for Youth was granted to “Knockout”, produced by Gholamreza Ramezani.

The Special Golden Butterfly of Zaven Ghokasian was granted to “Knockout”, directed and produced by Gholamreza Ramezani, the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults, collaborated by Farabi Cinema Foundation.

The Golden Statue of Martyr Behnam Mohammadi was given to the short film “Jom’e Gol”, directed by Mohammadreza Haji Gholami.

31st Iran's Children Filmfest. names winners

The Golden Butterfly for Best Film went to “Home”, directed and produced by Jong-woo Kim, from South Korea.

The Golden Butterfly for Best Director went to Mohamadreza Haji Gholami from Iran, for “Stammer”.

The Golden Butterfly for Best Script went to Damien Manivel and Kohei Igarashi from France and Japan, for “The Night I Swam”.

The Golden Butterfly for the Special Jury Prize went to Kamila Andini from Indonesia, for “The Seen and Unseen”.

The Golden Butterfly for Best Short Film went to “Just Go! from Latvia, directed by Pavels Gumennikovs.

The Golden Butterfly for Best Film went to “Mission Kathmandu” from Canada, co-directed by Nancy Florence Savard and Pierre Greco, produced by Nancy Florence Savard.

The Golden Butterfly for Best Director went to Ashkan Rahgozar from Iran, for “The Last Fiction”.

The Golden Butterfly for Screenplay went to Ashkan Rahgozar from Iran, for “The Last Fiction”.

The Golden Butterfly for Best Short Film went to “Run Rostam Run”, directed by Hossein Molayemi from Iran.

The Golden Butterfly of the Youth Jury for Best Film went to “Alone” from France, directed by David Moreau, produced by Abel Nahmias.

 

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