Three Iranian films, ‘Weekend,’ ‘The Other’ and ‘Kallima’ will be screened at the 31st Sao Paulo International Short Film Festival in Brazil.
The synopsis of ‘Weekend,’ directed by Ario Motevaqe, reads, “Moniri and Kheradmand families are in the park for a picnic. After finishing their meal, it is revealed that they are there for something else.”
Fardin Qaderi, Mostafa Latifikhah, Sahar Taherkhani, Maliheh Esfandiari and Bardia Shariati are among the cast members of the short film, ISNA wrote.
‘The Other,’ directed by Saman Hosseinpour and Ako Zandkarimi, a co-production of Iran and India, narrates the story of “a religious and traditional man who, after his wife’s death, suspects her and thinks she had a relationship with another man.”
The cast of the film includes Majid Potki, Shenia Mozaffarian and Mohammad Kermanshahi.
‘Kallima,’ directed by Ashkan Ahmadi, is about a little girl who goes with her father to the border areas to get a license.
Sao Paulo International Short Film Festival is an independent film festival that takes place in the most frenetic and populous city in Brazil.
It seeks to support and inspire independent short films from all over the world by a genuine expression that can stimulate new thoughts in the art of cinema. The festival is an organization dedicated to the discovery and development of new artists, with visions beyond the border of the imagination that can thrill audiences from all countries, according to filmfreeway.com.