Regardless of all difficulties that coronavirus caused for the whole world, it reminded us of humanity, a young artist said.

Iran Press/Iran News: Parham Manian who received the Best Animated Film Award at the San Diego International Film Festival, in an exclusive interview with Iran Press said that political conflicts have separated the nations, but we are all human beings regardless of nationalities and races.

Elaborating on his artwork, he said that since animation expresses issues that are difficult to explain in the real world, this animation called "I don't see any borders, do you?" conveys the message that all human beings regardless of their origin are involved with COVID-19

The three-minute stop motion is made by clay motion method and its subject is cooperation and world peace to confront the coronavirus.

The young artist also won the Golden Morph Award from Aardman Studios in 2019.

The San Diego International Film Festival 2020 was held from October 15 to 18, and the festival jury selected the film among more than 11,000 works submitted by artists from 75 countries.


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