TEHRAN (IFILM) --
Iranian ‘Viewpoint’ has been slated to take part in the Kingston International Film Festival (KIFF) in the UK.
Directed by Mohsen Mohammadi, the flick will be competing in the student films section of the festival.
It is about a young couple carried away by a neon sign on a billboard and a challenge grows heated.
Both read it as something new, and every time they see it in the same way. They keep playing this game until the word on the billboard doesn’t even matter to them.
They try to reach a collective conclusion, which binds both of their minds together.
Finally, they agree on a false and nonexistent matter, and the word is something else.
The KIFF, aiming to support independent cinema, is dedicated to giving chances to both established and emerging independent filmmakers the opportunity to showcase their work to the industry.
This year’s edition of the event will be held on June 24-26. the fest is also set to screen Iran’s ‘Pass’ by Elika Abdollahi, ‘Duchenne Boys’ by Sohrab Kavir, ‘For the Clean Up’ by Mohammad Moravvej, and ‘Naji’ by Hossein Torkjoush,
In addition to the film screenings, the festival will host an extensive program of workshops, Q&A sessions and special events that will allow aspiring, interested and passionate talent to learn more about the industry and develop new skills.