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“60=1” named best short at Indian festival

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“60=1” named best short at Indian festival

TEHRAN – Iranian filmmaker Iman Davari’s film has won the best film award for his “60=1” in the international section of the 3rd Acharya Tulsi Short Film Festival in India, the organizers have announced.

Davari depicts birth, growth, hope, love and death in the 67-second film.

Something Important” by Pakistani filmmaker Jabran Zafar received the second best short award at the festival, which took place in Bikaner on September 1 and 2.

On Life’s Shore” by Can Yalman from Turkey was named best documentary while “Little Thing” by Or Kanto was selected as best animated film.


 

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