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AFDA films selected to screen @ Nahal Student Short Film Festival in Iran

May 4, 2017 1:31 pm

Two AFDA Johannesburg 2016 3rd year undergraduate documentary films, “Who Did I Raise” and “Hear Me Out”, and the AFDA Cape Town 2016 4th year postgraduate fiction film “Homecoming”, have been selected in competition to screen at the 14th Nahal Student Short Film Festival.

The Festival is to be held in Iranian capital city of Tehran with “Experimental Cinema and Empiricism” being the festival’s approach.

The event will be organized by students of theatre and cinema faculty, University of Tehran in collaboration with cultural deputy of the university in 2 sections of Short Film as well as Scene Photography and Poster with the latter encompassing categories of Documentary, Fiction, Experimental Cinema, Animation and First Film Directors.

This marks the second time the event will be held at International level with entries to be received from various countries.

The festival aims to set the stage for showcasing college students’ capabilities and draw a connection between college students and cinema as well as providing a healthy competitive environment for creators of film works.



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