Milić said all the children have common concerns and social problems, adding that making animation is a best way to illustrate the problems, IRNA reported.
She added that animation has no boundaries and everything is possible with the universal language of animation.
Milić stated that it is very 'nice and interesting' that the RIFF has been warmly welcomed by large number of Iranian students.
The French cineaste was born in Zagreb in 1980 and graduated in Art History and Slovak Language and Literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb.
From 2012, she worked at Hulahop Film and Art Production where she was in charge of distributing and promoting animated and documentary films.
She was finance manager of the World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb from 2013 and became the festival's producer in 2015.
Iran's Roshd festival opened on November 16 and will run through November 23.
Films from the UK, India, Egypt, Turkey, Indonesia, Greece, Italy, Malta, Tunisia, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, Denmark, the Philippines and Finland are participating in the narrative short films section of the festival.