News ID: 321281
Published: 0230 GMT April 26, 2022

Iranian film ‘Don’t Breathe’ wins its first int’l award

Iranian film ‘Don’t Breathe’ wins its first int’l award

The Iranian short film, ‘Don’t Breathe,’ achieved the Remi Bronze Award in the Fantasy Section of the 55th WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival in Texas, the US.

Directed by Milad Nasim-Sobhan, the film received its first international award at the festival, which ended on April 24, ISNA wrote.

Actors including Ali Baqeri, Alireza Mehran, Ali Farzin, Vahid Khaksari, and Amirali Ali-Naqi are among the cast.

The WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival is considered to be the third longest running and oldest independent film and video festival in the world. Founded in 1968 as the International Film Society, the event is held annually in April.

Many prominent figures including Steven Spielberg, Coen brothers, Ridley Scott, John Lee Hancock, Brian De Palma, Oliver Stone, and David Lynch have won awards at this festival, the festival’s official website wrote.

 

 

   
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