Art and ExperienceIranian documentary ‘Dream Weavers’ directed by Mohammad Sadegh Jafari will compete at Romania’s Ethnographic Festival.

According to Documentary and Experimental Film Center’ Public Relations Department, ‘Dream Weaver’, directed by Seyyed Mohammad Sadegh Jafari, has been selected into the screening program of the 5th Zlatna International Ethnographic Film Festival which is held in Romania on 22-24 September, 2017.

Titles from several countries including Spain, Czech Republic, Iran, Romania, Turkey, Mexico and some North African countries will participate in this festival. The focus of Zlatna festival are films with ethnographic and anthropological themes.

The documentary has also been admitted to Quarzazate Festival which is held in Morocco on 19-24 September and features about 80 short films and documentaries.

‘Dream Weavers’ has previously participated in India’s Calcutta International Cult Film Festival, Michigan’s Sunrise 45 Film Festival and Oklahoma’s Norman Film Festival.

‘Dream Weaver’ recounts the life of a number of visually-impaired people who weave rugs together and how the simple fact of working together fills them with a great sense of happiness.

Source: Mehrnews