The films will be competing in the four categories of animated, fiction, experimental and documentary films. 

Monsieur Henderson by Thomas Scohy from France, Cowboy by Frederic Zeimet from Luxembourg, Brotherhood by Meryam Joobeur from Canada and Ashmina by Dekel Berenson from Nepal will be screened in the fiction section. 

Atomkraftwerk Zwentendorf, a co-production between Austria and the U.S. by Hope Tucker, and Grandfather Fire by Emir Luciano Tlachi from Spain are among the films to compete in the documentary section. 

Armed Lullaby by Yana Ugrekhelidze from Germany will compete with nine other films in the animation section, while five films will be screened in the experimental section. 

The 36th Tehran International Short Film Festival will take place in the Iranian capital from November 10 to 15.

Source: Tehran Times