"Destiny" won Best Foreign Film at Copenhagen Film Festival
The documentary "Destiny," directed by Yaser Talebi, succeeded in winning the award for Best Foreign Film at the tenth Copenhagen Film Festival in Denmark.
The Copenhagen Short Film Festival was established in 2012 and held its inaugural edition in 2013 at Husets Biograf, an art cinema in Copenhagen.
The documentary "Destiny" also won the Best Director award from Jeonju Festival in South Korea.
According to the public relations report of the Center for the Development of Documentary, Experimental and Animated Cinema, "Destiny" narrated the life of a teenage girl named Sahar and her father, Rahim.
This documentary is produced by Iran, France, Germany, and Norway. The Jeonju International Short Film Festival is an annual event hosted by a cultural content research institute in South Korea.
The festival contributes to the diversity of film and culture by introducing exceptional short films produced in Korea and around the world.
"Destiny" previously received the Silver Dragon Award for Best Documentary Director at the 63rd Krakow Festival in Poland, the Best Documentary Director at the Moscow International Documentary Film Festival DOKer, the Bengaluru International Film Festival, India, and the Tokyo Docs Film Festival, Japan.