The lineup includes “Coward Ghost”, “I Found out What to Do”, “Namaki” and “Morning”, all directed by Reyhaneh Kavosh, produced by Ali Raeisi, and distributed by Peace Art Studio.

Also included is “Serok” by Zhivar Farajzadeh.

Kavosh studied graphic design at the Conservatory of Fine Arts and continued her studies in the field of digital arts at the School of Radio and Television. She has been involved in various festivals and won several awards for her films, ‘Wooden Flowers,’ ‘Crow’s Nest,’ ‘Persian Cats,’ ‘The Sun’ and ‘I’m a Penguin.’

“Serok” is a boy who helps his father in the summer. Children are the most vulnerable group in society. They are directly exposed to disasters, pressures, and life problems caused by their elders.

“Coward Ghost” shows a ghost, whom everyone scares, walking alone in the forest.

“I Found Out What to Do” is about Shirin who wants to surprise her mother on her birthday.

“Namaki” is about a playful little girl named Namaki who needs to close eight doors every night, but once she forgot to close one.

“Morning” is also a musical animation about the beauty of the beginning of a day in a city.

A lineup of 63 films from 12 countries is competing in the festival which goes online until November 28.