|“Last Winter” to compete in two more intl. events||
TEHRAN -- Iranian director Salem Salavati’s “Last Winter” will go on screen at two more international festivals in 2014.
The movie, which was screened in various international festivals previously, will be shown at the 24th Tromso International Film Festival, which will be held from January 13 to 19 in Tromso city, Norway.
In addition, it will compete in the 6th Jaipur International Film Festival that will take place in the northwestern Indian city from February 1 to 5.
“Last Winter” is about a former mayor who still feels responsible for the depopulated village he once served. Many of his neighbors have left since they dammed the valley, and he takes care of their property.
His cheerful wife Baji, on the other hand, spends her time embroidering, although her eyes aren’t so good, and sometimes she reads a letter from their son Barzan, sent while he was serving in the military years before.
The movie received the FIPRESCI Award at the 10th Golden Apricot International Film Festival in Yerevan, Armenia this year in July.
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