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Three Iranian short films to take part in US festival
Three Iranian short films will take part in the 13th edition of the Short Short Story Film Festival in the US.
Iranian short animation wins award at British fest
Iranian short animated film ‘I Still Have Your Eyes’, directed by Hamid Haqjou, received an award at the Cheap Thrills! Zero Budget Film Festival 2019 in the UK.
Iranian short film ‘Oblivion’ nominated in US festival
Award-winning Iranian short film ‘Oblivion’ won a nomination at the Shawna Shea Film Festival (SSFF) in the United States.
UK children’s lives could be cut short by air pollution
Air pollution could shorten a child’s life by up to seven months, a study on one of the largest UK cities has suggested.
Iranian short films to vie at Edmonton Int’l Film Festival
Four Iranian films will attend the 33rd Edmonton International Film Festival which is due to be held September 26 to October 5.
Northern Ireland 'falling short' for kids with sight loss
Babies and children learn so much about the world and how to behave in it by watching other people.
Short films aid rural poverty alleviation across China
There are various ways to help people out of poverty, but Bai Wenjun, a poverty relief cadre, has created a way of his own, shooting short films.
South African cities short of cemetery space
In the middle of the vast Avalon cemetery in Johannesburg's Soweto township, two gravediggers shoveled soil out of an old grave containing remains buried years ago.
Iranian short film, animation to participate in Swedish fest
Iranian short film 'Umbra', directed by Saeed Jafarian, and short animated movie 'Maned & Macho', directed by Shiva Sadeq-Asadi, were accepted for the competition section of the 37th Uppsala International Short Film Festival in Sweden.
Short children at greater risk for stroke as adults
Researchers from Denmark are suggesting a potential — and unusual — risk factor for stroke: Being short as a kid.
Tehran short film festival receives entries from 117 countries
The 34th Tehran International Short Film Festival (TISFF) has received 5,900 entries from 117 countries, its organizers announced on Monday.
Breaking barriers for women a short cut to development
In South Asian societies, as elsewhere, it all too common for women to be held back, time and again Women’s potential remains largely untapped — which is not only morally wrong, but also economically unwise.
Esteghlal comes short of draw as tall Diop's late header finds net
Makhete Diop’s 89th minute header secured all three points for the UAE's powerhouse Al Ahli as the 2015 AFC Champions League finalist handed Iranian Persian Gulf Pro League Club Esteghlal an agonizing 2-1 defeat in their opening meeting in Group A of the 2017 campaign on Monday.
Iran's short films to vie at Apchat film fest
Three Iranian short films will be screened at the 7th One Country One Film International Film Festival in Apchat City, France from July 29-31.

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