Art and Experience: Short fiction, “Open Window” by Afshin Rezaei was accepted for to be on screen in “Festival of Nations”.

The Festival of Nations is the most important international festival for non-commercial short films in Austria which will be held on June 13-19 in Lenzing, Austria. The festival is a week-long celebration of the world’s best non-commercial film. Entries should be up to 30 minutes long and completed in the last two years. A pre-selection team picks a shortlist and an international jury watches those with the audience over the week, discussing them on stage with the film makers and audience two or three times a day.

According to Mehr News, Iranian short movie Open Window will attend the competition section of 44th Festival of Nations in Austria.

Experiencing its first international presence, Open Window, directed by Afshin Rezaei, will be screened at 44th Festival of Nations in Austria being held on May 13-19.

The event will host 107 movies from Germany, Spain, France, Iran, the UK, Russia, Italy, Turkey, America, Poland and Austria.

Produced by Rood Film, Open Window is based on a story of the same name by Hector Hugh Munro (Saki).

The movie is about an impatient man who lives in a crowded and polluted city. He has been exhausted of traffic and noise of urban life. His sister suggests him to live out of town where he faces strange events.

Festival of Nations is an international short-film festival taking place in Lenzing, Upper Austria, near the lake Attersee. It welcomes numerous film-makers from around the globe, who hand in films in the categories of fiction, animation and documentary from one to thirty minutes duration.