News ID: 268661
Published: 0156 GMT May 05, 2020

Iran’s ‘Eaten’ to go on screen at German festival

Iran’s ‘Eaten’ to go on screen at German festival

Iranian animated piece, ‘Eaten,’ directed by Mohsen Rezapour, is set to go on screen at the 27th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film in Germany.

The film is about life in a mysterious and unknown planet, a rabbit-like creature is eaten, wrote.

A brief synopsis for the seven-minute flick reads, “A rabbit has been eaten by a wolf and when finally in the predator’s stomach, it meets another rabbit which had been eaten by the wolf some earlier time. Now the two go on living in this new environment and the story proceeds from this point on.”

Rezapour, the director of ‘Eaten,’ has said that although his animation is a fantasy production, it is not intended for kids. Due to the fact that the things that happen on the show are a bit harsh, it targets adults.

The animation will also go on screen at the 15th Dieciminuti Film Festival in Italy.

Founded in 1982, the Stuttgart festival is one of the biggest and most important international festivals for animation. The festival attracts 80,000 cinephiles and 2,500 accredited professionals. Among the varied film program, the focus is on short films for adults and children, with numerous competitive categories awarding cash prizes.

The 2020 edition of the German festival will be held online from May 5 to 10.



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