Directed by Parviz Rajaee, the short documentary focuses on determinism and free will. It shows that some people are always waiting for a force to form them, but others don’t rely on external forces, and they try to act and create themselves.
Also written by Rajaee, the short flick has also been screened at many global events, including the Southport International Short Film Festival in the UK, the Kalakari Film Festival in India, the Sylhet Film Festival in Bangladesh, the South Coast Film Festival of the UK, the Kosice International Monthly Film Festival of Slovakia, the Canal de Panama International Film Festival, the King Review Film Festival in India, the RIETI & SABINA Film Festival in Italy, the Dili International Film Festival in East Timor, the Ostia International Film Festival in Italy, the Salto Independent Film Festival in Uruguay, the Eastern Venice Cine Fest in India, where it received the Certificate of Achievement, the Perak Cave International Cine Carnival in Malaysia, where it took home the best short film award, and the Brandenburg Choral Festival in the UK, where it won the best short film award.
According to the official website of the Indian festival, Khomrubu the International Film Festival is a platform where filmmakers have the opportunity to showcase their works and present their creativity to the audience.
The 2022 edition of the event will be held on February 26-27.