Iranian feature ‘Bone Marrow’ is set to have its international premiere at Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) in Canada.
‘Bone Marrow’, directed by Hamid Reza Qorbani, will be screened at the 40th edition of the Canadian event.
Written by Ali Zarnegar, the film “is a captivating portrait of humanism and sacrifice for the sake of family”, the VIFF’s website reads.
The movie is starring Parinaz Izadyar, Behrouz Shoeibi, Babak Hamidiyan and Javad Ezzati.
VIFF is “among the five largest film festivals in North America”, the event’s website reads.
More than 110 feature films and over 75 shorts will be screened at the 2021 edition of the festival.
The Vancouver International Film Festival is “a showcase of exceptional international cinema in one of the world’s most beautiful cities”, according to an online submission platform.
The 40th edition of VIFF will take place in a hybrid form on October 1-11.