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“Fault Line” to compete in Clermont-Ferrand film festival

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“Fault Line” to compete in Clermont-Ferrand film festival

TEHRAN – Iranian director Soheil Amirsharifi’s “Fault Line” will be screened at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, which will be held in the French city from February 1 to 9.

The film is about Nahal, a young girl who breaks her arm at school, but a man claims that she broke her arm while riding a motorcycle.

Over 70 films from across the world will compete in the festival, which is the biggest international film festival dedicated to short films.

 

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