“Am I a Wolf?” Sets Out to Go to Chicago Children Film Festival

“Am I a Wolf?” directed by Amir Houshang Moein produced by Kanoon travelled to 36th Chicago International Children Film Festival.

According to Kanoon General Directorate for Public Relations and International Affairs, this animation was selected by Leipzig Film Festival as the best short animation and won “Golden Dove”. “Am I a Wolf?” is supposed to be screened in Chicago with six other films in a 72-minute collection made with stop motion, painting and two dimension technique on Oct 8 2019. The film is for the audience above 14 years old.

Chicago International Film Festival is the first children festival approved by the Oscar. It is the first and the oldest children film festival in North America established in 1984.

This event is a good chance for children filmmakers to promote the aesthetic standards and film production. It acts as a universal pole for the young filmmakers.

The side programs of the festivals are workshops, seminars, and special screenings of the selected films.

Every year, the best feature and short story films, animations, documentary and children films for five age categories from 2 to 14 and above are classified.

It should be mentioned that “End of Dreams” made by Mohammad Ali Talebi produced by Kanoon was screened in this festival two years ago.

Chicago International Children Film Festival is held from Oct 1 to 10, 2019 in Chicago, US


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