Iran’s Intl. 100-Second Film Festival unveils official lineup

February 19, 2019 - 18:41

TEHRAN – Thirty-three movies from across the world will be competing in the 12th edition of the International 100-Second Film Festival in Tehran, the organizers announced on Tuesday.

The lineup includes “Crab Story” by Filippo Rivetti from Australia, “The Big Escape” and “One Day in July” by Hermes Mangialardo and “Sushido” by Michele Boldoni, both from Italy, “Cycle” by Alex Ishida from Japan, “My Superhero” by Jose Bibian from the Netherlands and “I Am life” by Jose Alirio Rojas from Venezuela.

Films from England, the U.S., Spain, Turkey, Sweden, Portugal, Singapore, India, Czech, China, Bulgaria and Belgium will also be screened in the official competition.

The movies have been selected from among 2278 submissions.

The Art Bureau of the Islamic Ideology Dissemination Organization is the organizer of the festival, which will take place at the Azadi Cineplex from February 27 to March 1.

Photo: “Crab Story” by Filippo Rivetti from Australia will compete in 12th International 100-Second Film Festival in Tehran.


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