IIDCYA offers 8 animations at Clermont-Ferrand festival market 

February 6, 2019

TEHRAN – The Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA) offered a collection of eight animations at the market of the 41st Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival.

The collection includes “The Cycling Wind” by Nazanin Sobhan-Sarbandi, “Am I a Wolf” by Amir-Hushang Moeini, “The Dog That Was Ill” by Parvin Tajvid, and “Fisherman and the Spring” by Hassan Soltani, the IIDCYA announced in a press release published on Tuesday.

Also included are “Lomo’s Scary Night” by Sareh Shafieipur, “I Wish I Had a Brother” by Nahid Shamsdoost, “Golden Topknot” by Mahin Javaherian, and “Hero” by Kianush Abedi.

The market, which opened on February 4, will come to an end today.

In addition, Iranian director Soheil Amirsharifi’s “Fault Line” is an entry to the festival, which will run in the French city until February 9. 

The film is about Nahal, a young girl who breaks her arm at school, but a man claims that she broke her arm while riding a motorcycle.

The Short Film Market in Clermont-Ferrand takes place every year during the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, a key event in the world of short films. 

Photo: This combination photo shows posters of the eight animations offered at the market of the 41st Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival.

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