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Published: 0326 GMT September 21, 2022

Iran’s 'Graveyard' wins Italian best film award

Iran’s 'Graveyard' wins Italian best film award

Iranian short film 'Graveyard' by Ali Darai won the best film award at the 25th edition of the Religion Today Festival in Italy.

Written by Majid Halvayi, the film narrates the story of Reyhaneh, who was the reason for her baby’s death, Mehr News Agency reported.

In the absence of her runaway husband, she is looking for a way to bury the baby. She deals with various hardships but finally finds a way to get what she wants.

Born in 1997 as the first Italian festival of spiritual cinema and interreligious dialogue, the Religion Today Festival is an international and itinerant event dedicated to religious diversity for a culture of peace and interfaith dialogue.

It promotes a journey “exploring the differences”, both in religious practices and beliefs and in cinematic styles and languages toward a mutual enrichment through reciprocal knowledge and comparison.

The festival was held from September 14-21.



Resource: MEHR
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