The Nomination of International Film Festival for Family, Against Drug Abuse & Trafficking is Announced Today
May 2016) International Film Festival For Family, Against Drug Abuse
& Trafficking (IFFADAT) has announced its Best Film nomination
today. This festival is focusing on film with family, against drug
abuse and trafficking issues and has received hundreds of film since
it opens it submission last year.
Here are the nomination for Best Film of IFFADAT 2016:
Before Spring directed by Ahmed Atef
Daughter of the King, a film directed by Matthew R. Marshall from Canada tells a story about a girl who tries to recover from drugs addiction but a big debt force her into a life of slavery. This film is competing with a film from Sweden, För Mina Barn directed by Stathis Plotas, and Italian film In Nomine Satan, and also Before Spring, who will also compete with Forgiveness directed by Rima Irani.
Damien Dematra as the founder and director of this international film festival said that, “it is a big challenge for the juries to choose who will become the Best Film for this year. But, it also shows that there’s a lot more people cares about this social issues.”
This festival is being supported by People's Creative Council, i-Hebat International Volunteers, Russian Culture Centre, Care for Children Foundation, World Film Council.
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