August 11, 1978 |
|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".
|2013||Kahrizak, Four Points of View||Kahrizak, Chahar Negah|
|2004||The Kamancheh Player||Kamancheh||Documentary, Music|
|2004||Two Bows||Do Kamancheh||Documentary|
|2002||I saw Shoosh|
|2001||The Light||Noor||Best Director Award, Mid East Film Festival (2003)|
|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|
- Best Director Award, Mid East Film Festival (2003)
- "Special Mention" honor, 26th Festival des 3 Continents, Nantes, France (2004)
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