A hungry wolf gets stuck in stereotypes about being the big bad wolf of the story. She has to flee when everybody accuses her to violence and murder. She faces the danger of getting killed.

Director Bio

Zahra Rostampour is a 2d animator and visual artist from Iran. She holds a B.D.A in Digital Arts and M.D.A in Animation Directing and has several years professional experience in animation and motion graphic. As an independent filmmaker, she has made two short animated films. The first one is "A bear Who Wants to be a bear" that took part in several festivals. "Starvation" is the second one that is her graduation film. She is looking forward to telling more stories through animation.


  • Directed by:Zahra Rostampour
  • Written by:Zahra Rostampour
  • Produced by:Zahra Rostampour
  • Runtime:7 mins
  • Completion Date:November 5, 2018
  • Country of Origin:Iran
  • Country of Filming:Iran
  • Category:Animation
  • Selection:Opening Night / Out of Competition
  • Screening Time:TBD
  • Links: IMDB

Latest News

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programme launch

2019 Programme Launch

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 05 July, 2019

Still Voices 2019 Programme Launch - Wilder & Gold

athlone screening

A Night of Short Films

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 02 July, 2019

A Night of Short Films - Athlone Screening - In Partnership with Dead Centre Brewing.

2019 judging panel

The 2019 Judging Panel

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 01 July, 2019

We are delighted to announce our 2019 Judging Panel for In Competition Films.


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