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“I Love You” to compete in Lebu festival

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“I Love You” to compete in Lebu festival

TEHRAN – Iranian director Babak Habibifar’s short film “I Love You” will go on screen at the main section of the Lebu International Film Festival.

TEHRAN – Iranian director Babak Habibifar’s short film “I Love You” will go on screen at the official section of the Lebu International Film Festival in Chile.

I Love You” will compete with seven other films, including “Chicago” by Matias Bize from Chile, “Nirvana” by Ruben Llama from Spain and “Forgive Me” by Besim Ugzmajli from Kosovo.

The short film festival will be held in the Chilean city from February 15 to 21.

 

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