0933 GMT February 24, 2020
Masoud Rahbari listed the cities hosting the cultural event as the Iranian capital of Tehran, Kerman (central Iran), Isfahan (central Iran), Shiraz (southern Iran), Tabriz (northwestern Iran), Mashhad (northeastern Iran), Babol (northern Iran) and Kish, IRNA reported.
He added that 19 films from 19 European countries on the theme of art will be screened during the weeklong event that will come to an end on June 17.
Rahbari said the flicks to be screened during the event are from Austria, Bulgaria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain and Switzerland.
“The screening of each film will be followed by a discussion and criticism session. There will be two showings every day over the course of the event: One at 16:00 hrs. and the other at 18:00 hrs. local time.”
Attending the event is free for those who are interested, he added.
‘The Dark Valley’ (by Andreas Prochaska), ‘In the Fade’ (by Fatih Akin), ‘The Tree’ (Sonja Prosenc), ‘A Man Called Ove’ (by Hannes Holm), ‘More than Honey’ (by Markus Imhoof) and ‘Peregrinação’ (by João Botelho) are among the flicks to be screened in this event.