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With World War Z stealing the limelight, a total of sixteen films will duke it out in Moscow's 35th International Film Festival in a show of movie making talent unrivaled the world over. The festival will feature films from Iran, the United States, and many more locations with every film having a good chance at ousting the current frontrunner.
Sixteen films are competing for the winners' title this year. The films are judged by a panel of leading industry professionals.
Two Iranian films are screened at the Moscow film festival this year. One of them, 'A cradle for mother', is a story of a young girl, who wants to come to Russia to teach students who converted to Islam.
Thousands of people will watch a diverse selection of films over the next week. At the end of the event the best film will pick up a Golden St George statuette at a lavish ceremony, attracting a star-studded audience once again.
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