Iran’s ‘Twenty-one Weeks Later’ to debut globally at Busan festival

MEHR – In its first international appearance, the Iranian short film, ‘Twenty-one Weeks Later,’ directed by Nasrin Mohammadpour, will compete at the 28th Busan International Film Festival in South Korea.
Mohammadpour’s film serves as the only official representative of Iranian short films at this festival.
To mark this achievement, the English poster for the short film, designed by Matin Kheybali, was released and unveiled.
The 28th edition of the Korean film festival is scheduled to take place from October 4 to 13 in South Korea.
Similar to the director’s previous works, this short film delves into women’s issues, this time focusing on a subject related to motherhood. The film features a cast including Banafsheh Riazi, Leila Hosseinzadeh, Soodabeh Bahraminejad, and Parisa Asgari.

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