Chicago film student Anahita Ghazvinizadeh wins Cannes prize A sharp, nearly pe…

Chicago film student Anahita Ghazvinizadeh wins Cannes prize

A sharp, nearly perfect 21-minute movie about a 6th-grade girl caught in a tug of war between divorced parents, “Needle” was shot last summer in Chicago by School of the Art Institute film student Anahita Ghazvinizadeh.

Friday at the Cannes Film Festival, the Iranian-born filmmaker won first prize (15,000 euros, or about $19,500) in the Cinefondation short film competition, one of many prestigious sidebars in the world’s premier celebration of cinema.


‫آناهیتا قزوینی‌زاده برترین فیلم‌ساز دانشجو در کن – سپیده دم‬
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‫آناهیتا قزوینی زاده، فیلم ساز جوان ایرانی با فیلم سوزن یا Needle برنده جایزه Cinéfondation در جشنواره کن شد.‬

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