Croatia (IP) - In the closing ceremony of the 30th edition of the Croatian One-Minute Film Festival, the Iranian filmmakers made the jury surprised.

Iran PressEurope: Among the 601 works delivered to the festival's secretariat from 48 countries, three Iranian short films were introduced among the top 10 final films of the festival.

LEÓ by Moeen Rouholamini won the grand prize and the best film title, and Pandora by Kamran Houshmandian won the second prize.  

Still, Umbrella by Reza Golchin, among the top 10 films, was praised in a statement by the jury. 

Each of the Iranian films was shown to the audience twice at the event, which was admired by the audience, including Vaslav Antonin, a prominent Czech actor, and filmmaker.

Vaslav Antonin has so far won 70 cinema awards in the world. He has repeatedly admired Iranian cinema in terms of content and technique.


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