Ezzatolah Alizadeh, the director of FIFF Cinematic Technologies Fair says the first edition of the event was an opportunity to market and publicize the capabilities of Iranian tech companies in film industry.
He said the tech-fair gave an overview regarding specialized art department techniques and equipment for visitors and cinema observers: It also helped international participants to garner information from specific demonstrations and a variety of specialized tools presented by Iranian tech companies.
He added: This included companies producing audio, video, editing, lab tools as well as production support and so on. This was the first year for the tech-fair of production and post-production in cinema industry. The idea was to pave the way for joint ventures between local and international companies active in the field of designing and producing equipment for various industries and clients in cinema.
This year’s tech-fair was designed to support the evolution of the industry through updates on cinematic projects and plans, technological and technical advancements and best practices in next generation of customer experience and engagement, through a mixture of various content and mediums.
The curtain fell on the 37th Fajr International Film Festival on Thursday, April 25. Vahdat Hall played host to the closing ceremony, attended by Iranian and international filmmakers and guests.