Bahman Kiarostami

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Bahman Kiarostami
بهمن کیارستمی
Born (1978-08-11) August 11, 1978 (age 35)
Tehran, Iran
Occupation Filmmaker, Cinematographer, Film Editor

Bahman Kiarostami (Persian: بهمن کیارستمی‎) (b. 11 August 1978- in Tehran) is an Iranian film director, cinematographer, film editor, film producer and translator, son of the critically acclaimed Abbas Kiarostami.

In 1996 he made his first film " Morteza Momayez: Father of Iranian Contemporary Graphic Design".

The main theme in Bahman Kiarostami's films is "art and music".

Filmography[edit]

Year English title Persian Length Notes
2013 Kahrizak, Four Points of View Kahrizak, Chahar Negah
2006 Re-enactment Shabih-Khani
2005 Persian Garden
2004 Pilgrimage Ziarat Documentary
2004 The Kamancheh Player Kamancheh Documentary, Music
2004 Two Bows Do Kamancheh Documentary
2003 Infidels Koffar Documentary
2002 I saw Shoosh
2001 Tabaki Documentary
2001 The Light Noor Best Director Award, Mid East Film Festival (2003)
1998 The Project Tarh Documentary
1997 Journey to the Land of the Traveller Written by Abbas Kiarostami, Jafar Panahi, Jean-Pierre Limosin and Hassan Darabi. It was filmed in 1993 but released in 1997
1996 Morteza Momayez: Father of Iranian Contemporary Graphic Design

Awards[edit]

  • Best Director Award, Mid East Film Festival (2003)
  • "Special Mention" honor, 26th Festival des 3 Continents, Nantes, France (2004)

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