‘Animal’ wins New Talents Award from FIPA fest in France
Art and Experience: Iranian short film ‘Animal’ has won award from the New Talent section of the 31st edition of International Festival of Audio Visual programs (Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels) in France.
The 15-minute film by the Ark brothers, receives award from New Talent section of the French film event.
‘Animal’ depicts the story of a man who wants to pass the border illegally; so he hunts a ram and decides to escape disguised as the animal.
So far, the short film has succeeded to attend a number of international film events all around the world.
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The 31st edition of FIPA is slated for January 23-28, 2018, in paris, France,