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“West Terminal” on Iran’s nuclear issues named best at Ammar filmfest
 
 

Date: 8 January 2017

“West Terminal” directed by Qorban-Ali Taherfar about Iran’s nuclear issue has won the Lantern for best film, best screenplay and best actors at the 7th Ammar Popular Film Festival (APFF).  

The film starring Mohsen Afshani and Sorayya Qasemi had its premiere during the festival, which came to end at Tehran’s Bahman Cultural Center on Friday as winners were awarded.  

“Persian Island” by Mohammad-Ali Sadrinia received the Lantern for best documentary.

The Lantern for short film was presented to “Duel” by Mohammadreza Kheradmandan and “Hello” by Mohammadreza Hajigholami won the Lantern for best mid-length film.

The festival, which is named after Ammar Yasir, a close companion of Prophet Muhammad (S), was held in Tehran from December 29, 2016 to January 6.

Source: Tehran Times

 

 

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