The Fajr Film Festival (FFF) announced the lineup of eight documentaries to participate in the 40th edition of the event.
The members of the selection committee including Ahmad Zabeti-Jahromi, Mohammad Tahaminejad, Mohammad-Ali Farsi, Mohammadreza Abbasian, and Morteza Shabani picked the following documentaries, ISNA wrote.
‘That Man Came by Bus,’ directed by Nima Mahdian; ‘Dying’ by Hojjat Taheri; ‘My Brother’s Gun’ by Kamran Jahedi; and ‘Parsi Elementary School’ by Hassan Naqqashi will be screened at the festival.
Mohammad Salimi-Rad’s ‘Soldier Number Zero’; Ashkan Nejati and Mehran Nematollahi’s ‘Tonight’s Homework’ are also among the contenders.
‘No One Is Waiting for You,’ by Mohsen Eslamzadeh and ‘One of My Dreams,’ by Mohsen Hadi are the last but not least competitors of the event.
Presided over by Masoud Naqqashzadeh, the 40th Fajr Film Festival will take place in Tehran from February 1 to 11 in two Cultural and Competitive sections.