Represent Pakistan as Young Jury in 32nd Isfahan Film Festival, Isfahan, Iran

The Little Art through its project LICFF – Children’s Film Festival is selecting four young people to represent Pakistan and become the member of the international jury in 32nd Isfahan Children and Young Adults International Film Festival, Isfahan, Iran (19-26 August 2019).

Since the last six years, we have been taking children’s delegates to international children’s film festivals in Giffoni (Italy), Doha (Qatar) and Isfahan (Iran).

The main activities of our young jury is to watch the nearly 35 short and feature films along with the other children’s youth jury. They may have some sessions to exchange their ideas about the movies they watched and at the end a final session to vote for their chosen films. The jury will also have the opportunity to sightseeing the historical city of Isfahan.

We look for 2 young people for the following sections;

– 2 persons, age between 13-17 year old

The selection will be made on the basis of the following criteria;

– Interest in film and visual media
– Confidence to represent Pakistan in an international festival
– Can use English as a working language
– Hold a valid Passport with minimum of 6 months of the expiry date

Terms & Conditions:

The cost of the flights, stay, food and local travel for festival (6 days) is sponsored for the selected children. Participants will bear the cost of visa, health insurance and management fee (Total amount of Rs 50,000/-)

Selected young people will travel to Isfahan for the Festival with The Little Art staff. The programs most possibly will be arranged as follows:

Departure to Asfahan: August 18th, 2019
Return to Pakistan: August, 27th, 2019

Last date of application: July 15, 2019 

Application form at the end of this page

Note: Selections will be done on a rolling basis. We recommend you not to wait for the last date. For any query/questions you might call on +92 332 4387626 or write us at

Thank you for your continuous support in bringing educational & entertaining opportunities for Pakistani children.


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