Iranian short flick ‘Whole to Part’ is slated to vie at the Lucania Film Festival in Italy.
Directed by Vahid Hosseini-Nami, the film is to compete with 14 other films at the main competition section.
The 12-minute short film tells the story of a dictator’s iron statue. While they topple the statue and melt in into smaller objects, it keeps existing among people after the icon’s metamorphosis.
‘Whole to Part‘ has previously won the best experimental film award at the 34th Tehran International Short Film Festival (TISFF).
The Lucania Film Festival presents the best works of the independent cinema and wants to recognize new film talents.
The sections of the festival include Fiction and Animation; Audio Live Drama; Lucania Filmmakers; 48 teeth Corticomici (comedy); War News (film, reportage, photography and documentary); and Documentary Films.
The 2018 edition of the event is to be held on August 1-5.
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