• Tue / 8 September 2020 / 16:01
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“Asho” receives Best Short Film award from Crimea festival

“Asho” receives Best Short Film award from Crimea festival

Tehran (ISNA) – Iranian short documentary film “Asho” directed by Jafar Najafi received the best short film award from the Sevastopol International Festival of Documentary Films and TV Programs “Won Together”.

The 16th edition of the Sevastopol International Festival of Documentary Films and TV Programs “Won Together” was held on August 27-September 5 in Republic of Crimea, Russia and it picked “Asho” as the recipient of the Best Short Film award.

According to the official website of the fest, the Reflection program is dedicated to, “documentaries on contemporary issues- the reflection of nowadays, international and personal agenda, best people, human choices and deed, overcoming, beneficence etc”.

“Asho” focuses on the story of a very young peasant boy whose world does not get limited by his surroundings. He, who has to spend days and nights with his herd and work for a living, has a huge passion for filmmaking and cinema.

The short has already been showcased at a number of international film events and won awards, including a special mention at the International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film - DOK Leipzig in Germany.

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