TEHRAN.(Iranart) - Iranian short Limit directed by Javad Daraei has won the best film award at the 2nd edition of the Woodbury Film Festival in the US.
Limit is an 8-minute narrative of the life a man in a quiet neighborhood who asks for help from local people, until someone suddenly enters his home.
Javad Daraeis short film is a spiritual adaptation that employs novel metaphors to depict the hardships for people with disabilities.
The Iranian film won the best film award at the second edition of Woodbury Film Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah. The event took place on March 6 – 8, 2020.
Limit had previously won several other awards, including the Jurys Grand Prix award at the 10th Entr2 Marches International Film Festival in France, and the Best Director Award at the 2019 Global Short Film Awards in the United States.
Woodbury Film Festival celebrates bold visions and powerful voices, according to the events organizers.
Source: Mehr News