Ireland (IP) – The short documentary “Snoring,” directed by Iranian student Sara Abedi won the best artist work award from the 25th Fresh International Film Festival.

Iran PressEurope: The documentary narrates the story of a 10-year-old girl who complains about her father's snoring.

“Founded in 1997 as the Irish School’s Video Competition, Fresh Film was originally a schools competition for secondary students. It has since grown into a year round organization with a focus on national and international filmmakers spanning the primary and secondary age groups,” according to the official website.

“Fresh International Film Festival” now includes “Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards”, which constitute three sections of Junior (7-12 years), Senior (12-18 years), and The International (7-19 years). Each section is open to individual filmmakers, schools, youth, and community groups.


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