The 2018 Fajr International Film Festival is now officially underway with screening movies for high school students in The 7th Hour program.
According to Communication Manager Ahad Mikaeelzadeh, the program began Tuesday with screening the movie 150 Milligrams in the Charsou Cineplex. Students and kids aged pre-K through middle school (the target demographic for the festival), can now watch 11 Iranian and foreign movies in this program, which has been added to the main sections of the annual event. The program runs in collaboration with Isfahan International Film Festival for Children & Youth, the Ministry of Education, and the Tehran Municipality until April 25.
He further said all foreign movies screening have Persian subtitles. They will screen in several cinemas, mainly Mellat Cineplex, Razi, Raga, Felestin, Mandana, Farhang, Azadi, Tamasha, and Mega Mall.
The feature-length program is dedicated to children and their families, but fans can also attend the screenings. Each day, the patrons can attend the screenings in several cinemas in the capital, which includes reviews and discussions by movie critics. Top movie reviews written by students will get prizes.
For further information, please visit our website at www.fajriff.com, or send us an email at email@example.com. Presided over by writer-director Reza Mirkarimi, the 2018 FIFF runs April 19-27 in the cosmopolitan city of Tehran.