‘Stone Maker’ to vie at Myrtle Beach filmfest
Art and Experience: Iranian film ‘Stone Maker’ is slated to vie at the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival in the US.
The short film will compete with other films from around the world in April.
The short flick narrates the story of a man who’s suffering from a kidney disease. He then finds out that his only cure is to undergo a kidney transplant; the surgery for which he has no money.
Being stuck in this devastating situation, he must make a tough decision of selling his infant child.
Majid Shoaei, Parviz Taheri and Masoudeh Izadi-Amoli are the cast members of the short work.
‘Stone Maker’ has so far attended various international film events, including the latest edition of International Izmir Short Film Festival in Turkey and Mestre Film Festival in Italy.
The Myrtle Beach International Film Festival has been awarded several prestigious awards including one of the “Top 25 film festivals worth the entry fee” by Movie Maker Magazine.
The event is slated for April 9-13, 2019.