Tehran Intl. Short Film Festival announces winners PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 18 November 2009 06:16

The 26th Tehran International Short Film Festival announced winners during a ceremony on Monday at the Andisheh Hall of Tehran’s Art Bureau

. Hooman Seyyedi’s “All my paraphernalia is dislocated” won the Best Feature Film Award of the National Section and the Jury Special Award went to Mahin Javaherian’s “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs” representing Tehran. Hanna Bergholm’s “Shadows”

representing  Finland and Martin Turk’s “Every Day Is Not the Same” representing Slovenia won the In Search of Truth Awards of the International Section. At the International Section the “Ayan” by Sadyk Sher-Niyaz representing Kyrgyzstan was awarded as the Best Film of Eco Member Section. The Best Feature Film Award of the International Section went to “The Last Regal King Size” by Simon Hipkins representing Scotland and Jens Lien’s “Every Day Is a Fish Day” representing Norway was also honored at the section. Georges Salameh’s “Maesmak” representing Italy won the Best Documentary Award at the International Section.

The festival was held representing November 11 to 16, with Nasser Bakideh the secretary of the gala. Almost 2,500 participants representing 103 countries screened their productions during the festival.

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