Art and Experience: “Israfil” by Iranian director Ida Panahandeh will be competing in the Aubagne International Film Festival running in the French city from March 19 to 24.

“Israfil” tells the story of Behruz, who has returned to Iran after 20 years to sell his properties and meet his fiancée Sara for the first time. But attending the funeral of his friend’s son, reminds him of his painful past and lost love.

Films from Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Bulgaria, Greece, Tunisia and several other countries will be screened at the festival.

Source: tehrantimes