Hamid by Aijaz Khan from India, Sasha Was Here by Ernestas Jankauskas from Lithuania, Deep Rivers by Vladimir Bitokov from Russia and X – The eXploited by Károly Ujj Mészáros from Hungary are among the films.
The lineup also includes Away from the Shore by Kostadin Bonev from Bulgaria, Laughing by Valerio Mastandrea from Italy and Manta Ray, a co-production between Thailand and France by Thai director Phuttiphong Aroonpheng.
The Festival of Festivals also includes One Last Deal by Finnish director Klaus Härö and Summer Survivors by Lithuanian director Marija Kavtaradze.
The Little Comrade by Moonika Siimets from Estonia, Animal by Armando Bo and As I Fall by Magnus Meyer Arnesen, both from Argentina, will also go on screen in this section.
Overall, 14 foreign films and four Iranian films will go on screen in this section of the festival, which is dedicated to those movies which have been screened and won awards at international events.
The names of the rest of the films will be announced in the near future.
The Fajr festival will take place in Tehran from April 18 to 26.
Source: Tehran Times