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Montazemi: Sameri cinema a move in path of recognizing enemy

Montazemi underscored that these days there are many filmmakers who are not only Jews, but also Christians and Muslims, but unwittingly or willingly, they make films to serve the Zionist values and the realization of their ideals. In fact, the Zionists are seeking to secure their interests through soft war.

The Head of the International Section of the International Resistance Film Festival said cinema is one of the most important artistic and cultural tools in strengthening the resistance front and raising the level of public opinion.

Gholamreza Montazemi said the Sameri cinema has been added to the 16th International Resistance Film Festival to meet that end.
He added that Zionism has a lot of influence in world cinema, especially Hollywood, and it has been able to challenge an important part of human and moral values thanks to huge expenses and numerous investments.

"In this section, the works of this type of cinema will be displayed and the content and analysis of such works also will be reviewed aimed at enlightening and recognizing enmity attended by the best domestic and foreign experts," he added.

He said that the Martyr Bagheri, as one of the geniuses designers of war operations, had always believed that "one hundred percent recognition means one hundred percent victory".

Montazemi underscored that the Sameri cinema will follow the same path of this great martyr in recognizing the enemy and hostility aimed at paving the way for the resistance front to attain victory.

"Fortunately, Iran has been able to counter the Zionist regime and the US in the region in the field of military confrontation, but it should be noted that today Zionism has focused on cinema and films after its failure in the military fronts," he added.

Montazemi underscored that these days there are many filmmakers who are not only Jews, but also Christians and Muslims, but unwittingly or willingly, they make films to serve the Zionist values and the realization of their ideals. In fact, the Zionists are seeking to secure their interests through soft war.
"Such matters have made the issue of recognizing enemy to a necessity that must be addressed in Sameri cinema," he added.

He stressed the need to identify the artistic and cultural capacities of the resistance front in the world, noting that there are many critical currents in Western countries, including the US, that have even produced many works especially critical documentaries against US and Zionist policies.

"These people are considered as the capacities of the resistance cinema that should be identified and their potential should be utilized to strengthen the resistance front in the soft war; To this end, one of the other functions of the Sameri cinema sector could be paving the way for accurate identification of such capacities and to provide a suitable platform for cooperation with them," he noted.

"The officials of the festival have a strategic view on the issue of resistance, and it is necessary that this view to be extended to all officials, cultural and artistic sectors of the country," Montazemi said that the resistance issue is not limited to the region and maintaining a reasonable balance for the use of soft power and hard power is not observed."
He concluded by saying that festival can strengthen the resistance front in the region and the world.