TEHRAN June 29 (MNA) –- Ali Reza Rezadad, the chief executive officer of Farabi Cinematic Foundation, stressed the exchanges between Iranian and Dutch cineastes.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of Dutch Documentary Film Panorama, Ali Reza Rezadad said that young Iranian cineastes have been successful in the world cinematic arenas.

 

He added that the professional cinema belongs to the youth, saying that proper grounds should be provided for the youth to be more active in the cinematic arena.

 

Dutch Documentary Film Panorama program is being held at the Iranian Artists Forum and Felestin Cinema from June 28 until July 1.

 

“Glass,” “The Sea That Thinks,” “The Price of Survival,” and “Mother Bao,” are among the films, which will be screened.

 

In the inaugurating ceremony of the program, Amir Hussein Yusefi, the director of “Bitter Dream”, was hailed because his film was screened at the International Cannes Festival.

 

Mohammad Reza Aslani, Iranian Documentarist also asked Iranian filmmakers to enjoy the experiences of Dutch filmmakers, said that Dutch documentary cinema has an eminent status in the world, adding that the Dutch filmmakers can be good models for other filmmakers.

 

At the end of this ceremony, a documentary film about the life and works of Iranian producer Mohammad Reza Sarhangi was screened.

 

Mohammad Reza Sarhangi died of cardiac arrest in Tehran last week.

 

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