Iranian Film Receives Asia-Pacific Festival's Award
TEHRAN (FNA)- 'Alzheimer', a movie directed by talented Iranian filmmaker Ahmad Reza Motamedi, shined at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival.
The film won the award for the best playscript in the 55th edition of Asia-Pacific Film Festival which was held in Macau, China, from December 13-16.
According to a report by Farabi Cinematic Foundation, the film competed with other four films from Malaysia, Japan, Taiwan and Bangladesh and won the award. Mehdi Hashemi was also listed among the nominees for the best supporting actors for his role in the film.
The film recounts the story of a woman who cannot believe her husband's loss twenty years ago in an accident.
The movie participated in numerous international festivals such as the 2012 Golden Apricot International Film Festival in Armenia.