Persian Film Festival shows cultural concerns of Iran
Tehran, The judge for the 7th Persian Film Festival in Australia said that the Australian Persian Film Festival has managed to reflect the human and cultural concerns of Iranian society.
Fereydoun Mehrabi said in an interview with IRNA on the quality of the seventh Persian film festival in Australia on Tuesday, 'We had a lot of works on this festival, and we talked about them at the festival after watching the films and, as usual, we reach a joint opinion.'
He added,'All my efforts as judge at this festival were to take different tastes without limits, and tried to consider the quality and work of art more than anything else.'
'It's fundamentally interesting,' the actor said, adding, 'The Iranians can attract others in art through special and human insights and engage in cultural exchanges in international societies.'
The seventh Persian Film Festival in Australia was held as an independent event in three parts of fiction, short films and documentaries.
In this artistic event, the works of Iranian filmmakers and documentaries from all over the world competed.
The seventh Persian-language film festival in Australia ended on September 9 with the recognition of the winners.
In the closing ceremony of the 7th World Film Festival, the 'Dresaj' of Gazal Talaee won the best feature film, and the statue of the best short film for 'Animal' made by Bahman and Bahram Ork, IRNA reported.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA