U.S. university hosting Iranian filmfest 

February 21, 2018 - 18:41

TEHRAN – The second edition of the Wisconsin Iranian Film Festival (WIFF) is currently underway at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (WUD) in the United States.

Seven feature films, including “Being Born” by Mohsen Abdolvahab, “White Chairs” by Reza Dormishian, “Bitter Dream” by Mohsen Amiryusefi and “Asphyxia” by Fereidun Jeirani, will be screened at the event, the organizers have announced.

In addition, “The Servant” by Farnush Abedi, “Gaze” by Farnush Samadi, “Kitchen Dreams” by Arvin Medqalchi and “Animal” by Bahram and Bahman Ark are among seven short films selected for the festival.

The Wisconsin Iranian Film Festival (WIFF) brings Iranian films to the campus to contribute to the cultural diversity and to promote dialogue between cultures through works of art. 

Organized by WUD Film Committee, the festival opened in the U.S state on February 17 and will be running until February 25.

Photo: A poster for “Asphyxia” by Fereidun Jeirani.


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