|Iranian short film “More than Two Hours” to compete in Sundance festival||
TEHRAN – The Iranian short film “More than Two Hours” by filmmaker Ali Asgari will be screened in the competition section of the Sundance Film Festival, which will run from January 16 to 26 in Park City, Utah, the United States.
The 2014 Short Film program is comprised of 66 short films selected from over 8000 submissions, organizers have announced on the festival website.
“More than Two Hours” by screenwriters Asgari and Farnush Samadi narrates the story of a boy and a girl wandering in the city at 3:00 a.m., looking for a hospital to treat the girl, but it’s much harder to find one than they thought.
American short films including “The Bravest, the Boldest” by Moon Molson, “Dawn” by Rose McGowan and “Dig” by Toby Halbrooks, as well as “Mystery” by Chema Garcia Ibarra from Spain and “Wakening” by Tony Elliott from Canada are some of the short films competing in the festival.
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