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Publish Date: 22 September 2020 - 10:36
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 “Crab” Reached Ottawa International Animation Festival, Canada

“Crab” by Shiva Sadegh Asadi, Kanoon Production, entered Panorama of 44th Ottawa International Animation Festival, Canada 2020.

According to Kanoon General Directorate for Public Relations and International Affairs, this eleven-minute animation is about a shy and isolated boy who is interested in becoming a member of school theater group but the only role offered to him is the role of a crab…

In 44th round of Ottawa International Animation Festival, the jury in this outstanding animation event reviewed a total number of 1950 films from 84 countries out of which 92 short films and 6 feature animations entered the completion section.

16 films in Student Section and 41 films in Panorama were selected to depict the endeavors of international filmmakers and student association in a targeting way.

In Panorama of this round of Ottawa Festival, we witness the panorama of Canadian films, the panorama of international films and the panorama of international student films.

Ottawa International Animation Festival is one of the crucial events in the world of international animation held in Ottawa every year with professional meetings and animation workshops since 1976 in Ottawa.

This year, all screening and meetings will be held online from Ottawa from Sept 23 to Oct 4, 2020 in this major pole of animation art and industry.

Based on this, the most important animation event in North America could attract many audiences from all over the world. That is why Ottawa has changed into the center of world of animation. It makes no difference if you are interested in classical animations, exciting works, digital extraordinary animations, stunning effects of computer animations, thought-provoking films, or pure hilarious entertainment. For any taste, there is a program in this festival.

It is reminded that Kanoon participated in the competition section of the Ottawa Festival 2011 with “Simple Things 6” directed by Behzad Farahat.


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