Windows is the story of many girls who have been brought up in traditional and/or strict religious societies in which women’s right is usually an issue. 
Lack of freedom and experiencing sexual assaults cause women many psychological harms that usually remains unaddressed and hidden.
Windows is the story of the writer’s life mixed with some made-up incidence to communicate the pain she has experienced as a girl brought up in a traditional family and society. 
There are several Metaphorical and symbolic elements in the story such as windows, ivies covering up light and blue pool. At the beginning, the little happy girl constantly goes around a blue pool in the middle of a garden; Circular movement around an object represents the holistic and spiritual power of the object. Bluewater pool is the symbol of life, hope, and transition. Also, the element of window connects the viewer to the outside world. It opens a new perspective to the other side.
AWARDS & EXHIBITIONS
Winner, Gold, Global Trend Video Awards, 2017
Finalist, Euro Fest, European International Film Festival, St.Petersburg, 
Semi-Finalist, Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards, 2017
Official Selection, Manchester International Short Film & Animation Festival, Kinofilm 14th Edition, UK

Official Selection, Montreal International Animation Film Festival, Animaze 
Official Selection, Trace Cinematografiche Film Fest, Rome, 2017
Official Selection, Stockholm Independent Film Festival, 2017
Official Selection, Breckenridge Film Festival, CO, 2017
Official Selection, We Like ‘Em Short, Animated Film Festival, Oregon
Official Selection, London Monthly Film Festival, 2017
Official Selection, Short to the Point, International Monthly Short Film Festival, Bucharest, 2017

The passion for learning hand drawn type made me go over many pages of practice and learning about modern calligraphy. After that, I made hand-drawn compositions based on the ideas that I had in the storyboard.
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