Stefan Malesevic who is also a jury member of the 48th Roshd International Film Festival (RIFF), made the remarks on the sidelines of the event currently underway in Tehran.
He said films are not made just for fun, but they convey messages.
Malesevic said he is familiar with the Iranian cinema and so far has watched several Iranian films.
He said the kids can learn a lot from cinema and the films will have great impact on their characters.
Malesevic was born on March 29, 1989 in Belgrade, Serbia. He is a writer and director, known for 'Divan Dan Za Bananaribe' (2014), Elipsa (2009) and' The Day I Stopped Caring' (2009), ICN wrote.
Is a member is art/film collective Bistrik7, a group of filmmakers who were the 1st generation of Bela Tarr's film.factory in Sarajevo.
International Roshd Film Festival is being held on November 16-23, in Tehran.
Films from the UK, India, Egypt, Turkey, Indonesia, Greece, Italy, Malta, Tunisia, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, Denmark, the Philippines, and Finland have participated in the narrative short films section of the festival.
Roshd Film Festival mainly focuses on the films with educational and pedagogical themes.