“We are proud to be able to support international film community by covering stories about filmmakers and movies from around the world” says Dr. Mehdi Hatamian co-founder of Dragon Tale Entertainment and publisher of “Cinema Without Borders”. He adds, “Now by giving an award to the Best Film at the South East European Film Festival, we have taken another step towards our goals. Soon you will hear more about our participation in international film events.”
Bijan Tehrani, Editor in Chief of Cinema Without Borders believes that the relationship between “Cinema Without Borders” and the South East European Film Festival is long term: “Vera Mijojlic, president of the festival, and I have many common ideas about how we can bring international filmmakers closer together and cast a spotlight on their creations.”
The South East European Film Festival (www.seefilmla.org) is held from May 3rd to May 7th in the Goethe Institute of Los Angeles, with the closing night held at the Fine Arts Theatre in Beverly Hills.
About the South East European Film Festival, Los Angeles
The South East European Film Festival educates about the cultural diversity of South Eastern Europe and fosters cultural exchange through its annual presentations of films from this region.
Throughout the year the program offers individual screenings and promotes SEE films at other festivals, organizes seminars and lectures, and creates opportunities for cultural exchange between Southern California and South Eastern Europe.
About Cinema Without Borders
Cinema Without Borders (www.cinemawithoutborders.com) is a publication of Dragon Tale Entertainment, a Southern California based company.
Cinema Without Borders is dedicated to international and independent cinema.