1205 GMT January 18, 2020
The MoU was signed on the sidelines of the ongoing 7th Shahr International Film Festival by the event’s director, Hashem Mirzakhani, and the director of Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam, Jord den Hollander, Mehr News Agency reported.
Under the MoU, the Shahr International Film Festival will dedicate a section to Dutch cinema in its future editions. Likewise, the AFFR will devote a section to the screening of Iranian films.
The 7th Shahr International Film Festival, as Iran's most important cinematic event of urban management in the fields of setting and promoting appropriate urban and industrial life patterns, comes to an end in the Iranian capital of Tehran today.
More than 4,000 films from 114 countries were submitted for participation in the seventh edition of the fest, according to the event’s public relations department.
Shahr Film Festival aims to identify creative and innovative cinematic works of urban life and create a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences.
AFFR is a biannual film festival screening features, short films, animated movies and documentaries about architecture, urban development and city culture.