European, Asian and American artists, filmmakers and participants of the 30th International Film Festival for Children and Youth have sent separate messages to the secretariat of the 30th International Film Festival for Children and Youth to condemn the terrorist attack and expressed condolences to the Iranian nation
Representatives of Germany, the US, China, France, Norway and the Netherlands sent separate messages to condemn the terrorist attacks and expressed condolences to Iran Iranian nation and children.
“Tehran's news made me sad and I hope that never hearing the news like these,” Kevin Erickson director of “The Next Step” from the US said.
“What's going on in Tehran? It is very uncomfortable for me. I hope you stay safe,” Loic Bruyere director of “In a cage” from France said.
“There is no glory in terrorism. I’m sorry for these terrible attacks,” Nicole van Kilsdonc director of “The Day My Father Became a Bush” from the Netherlands said.
“Tehran attacks are heartbreaking. I’m so sorry about victims,” Peder Hamdahl director of “Little Grey Fergie” from Norway said.
“I heard a bad news. Terror again... I take sympathy with you and your people,” Suntour Jual producer of “The River” from China said.
“It’s terrible what we’re hearing in the news about what’s going in Tehran at the moment. I hope you and your family and friends and people are safe,” Ramona Sehr, Festival & Sales Coordinator of “Miracle of Mountain” from Germany said.
The 30th int’l film festival for children and youth will be held from June 30 to July 6 in Isfahan.