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|“Holy Waters, Cursed Waters”|
“Holy Waters, Cursed Waters” – JCI’s documentary at a water film festival in Iran
Holy Waters, Cursed Waters is the name of a documentary that represented Serbia at the Second National Film & Photograph Festival on Water Attractions, held from 28 to 30 April 2015 in Esfahan.
The documentary addresses the development and management challenges of erosion control and flashflood protection, dramatic flood events, and key problem areas.
It is the result of a cooperative effort of Jaroslav Černi Institute and the Serbian Broadcasting Corporation. The initiative was put forward and valuable assistance provided by the Serbian-Iranian Cooperation and Friendship Society, which facilitated the documentary’s entry and helped subtitle it in Farsi.
Apart from our documentary Holy Waters, Cursed Waters, the festival’s thematic requirements were met by a film from Russia and a film from Mexico, which were also screened at the festival.
Festival’s web site: http://jelvehayeab-festival.ir/Content/Default.aspx?Landir=rtl&Lan=En