Vice-Principal Screens APFF Films in Norway
Norway (AIPFF) - A vice-principal in a school for Iranian students in Oslo, Norway, has screened a number of Ammar Popular Film Festival (APFF) films in the school.
Mr. Mehdi Rahimi has chosen APFF films that would suit the viewers who are all young Iranian students, and says they screen three works every week.
“The plan has sparked a lot of interest among the children and their families,” he said.
The school official has so far displayed short films like “The Class”, “The Dried Cherry” and “The Pot”, all top APFF works about Iranian lifestyle and have received well by APFF screeners and audience.
“I think it is crucial for the Iranian students studying abroad to learn about concepts like patriotism and self-esteem,” Rahimi said.
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