The 28th edition of the Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinemas in France is scheduled for February 1-8.
‘No Choice,’ directed by Reza Dormishian, in the competition section of feature films, ‘Hit The Road,’ by Panah Panahi, in the preview section, ‘Asho,’ by Jafar Najafi in the competition section of documentaries, and ‘The Green Wave,’ by Ali Samadi Ahadi, in the history section are works from Iranian cinema attending the event, ISNA reported.
‘Once Upon a Time a Crow,’ directed by Abdullah Alimorad, ‘A Raven Who Wanted to Be the Most Powerful,’ by Mohammad Ali Soleimanzadeh, and ‘Sparrow and Cotton Seed,’ by Morteza Ahadi Sarkani are also Iranian animations competing in the audience section of the international festival.
This year, well-known Iranian actress Leila Hatami has been selected as the head of the jury panel at the 28th edition of the Vesoul film festival. Palestinian screenwriter Soha Aref, Filipino director Zig Dulay, and Kazakh director Yerlan Nurmukhambetov are the other members of the jury panel.
Established in 1995, the goal of the Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinemas is to promote the cinema of Asian territories.