News ID: 215113
Published: 0200 GMT May 15, 2018

South Korea, Japan to screen Iranian 'Damascus Time'

South Korea, Japan to screen Iranian 'Damascus Time'

South Korea and Japan are set to screen Iranian feature 'Damascus Time', made in three international languages, this summer.

The film's international screening rights have been acquired by a number of countries, including South Korea and Japan, reported.

Ebrahim Hatamikia's 'Damascus Time' focuses on security threats by terrorists when an Iranian plane, transporting humanitarian aid to Syria, is challenged in Damascus Airport.

Its cast includes popular Iranian actors such as Babak Hamidiyan and Hadi Hejazifar as well as a number of actors from Syria and Lebanon.

'Damascus Time' recently won some awards, including Crystal Simorghs for Best Director and Best Music Composition, in the last edition of Fajr Film Festival in Iran.

The film which went on the local screen some days prior to the Iranian New Year Norouz has bagged $3 million-plus in box office sales.

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