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Iran films to compete in Moscow Detective FEST

Several Iranian police dramas have been selected to take part in the 2014 international film festival of detective films and television programs DetectiveFEST in Moscow.

Farhad Najafi’s series Matador and Afshin Sadeqi’s telefilmBoiled Tea are slated to compete at the Russian festival.

Iranian filmmaker Kazem Masoumi’s two productions The Burnt Matches and Punishment are also among the Iranian film lineup at this year’s event.

Both screen creations have been produced by Amir Hossein Sharifi who will attend the festival.

Iran shined at last year’s DetectiveFEST with the filmmaker’s Reza Daduie’s police drama The Interpretation of a Dream that garnered three awards at the festival.

Daduie’s film picked up Special Jury Prize and two other top awards at the 2013 international film festival of detective films and television programs DetectiveFEST in Moscow.

Organized by the non-commercial partnership Detective Production Company, DetectiveFEST was established in 1999.

The principal activity of the Company is organizing the annual International Film and TV Festival of detective films and television programs on law-enforcement themes "Law and Society."

The slogan of the Festival is "Fight against crime and terrorism is an international responsibility!"

The 16th edition of DetectiveFEST will be held in Moscow from April 16 to 20, 2014.


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