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Iranian 12-year-old's animation in India festival

a scene pouria aqilis animation i feel pity for ozone

Short animation by 12-year-old Iranian filmmaker, Pouria Aqili, about saving the environment is slated to be screened in India's Golden Elephant Children Film Festival.

Pouria Aqili's I Feel Pity for Ozone Layer is a 3-minute animation that revisits children's concern over the ecosystem and future of their planet.

I Feel Pity for Ozone Layer will be screened in International Competition Section and Asian Panorama Section of the festival.

Golden Elephant film festival is among the important biannual children's festivals highlighting the world of children in the film industry.

The 16th edition of India's Golden Elephant Children Film Festival will take place in Hyderabad, during November 14 - 20, 2009.

The 27th edition of Carrousel International du film de Rimouski, held from September 26 to October 4 in Qebec, also screened the animation by the 12-year-old Iranian filmmaker. The 3-minute animation had its world premier in the competition section of the festival.


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