His first feature-length film, The Twilight (Gagooman), was released in 2002. His second feature, Iron Island (Jazireh ahani), was released in 2005. His feature The White Meadows (Keshtzar haye sepid) was released in 2009.
In 2010 Rasoulof was arrested on set and was accused of filming without a permit. He was sentenced by the government of Iran to six years in prison. This was later reduced to one year. Right now he is out on bail, and is waiting for the sentence to be carried out.
Goodbye (Be omid é didar) premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival in the section Un Certain Regard and won the prize for directing. His recent film Manuscripts Don't Burn was also screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival where it won the FIPRESCI Prize. None of his films have been released in Iran.
- 1991: Friday
- 1993: The Pin
- 1994: Seven Dreams
- 1995: Ten Seconds More
- 1997: The Glass House
- 1999: Evening Party
- 2002: The Twilight
- 2005: Iron Island
- 2008: Baad-e-daboor
- 2009: The White Meadows
- 2011: Bé Omid é Didar
- 2013: Manuscripts Don't Burn
- Silverdocs Film Festival Mohammad Rasoulof Biography (English)
- "Tribeca Film Festival" 03/03/2010 "Source 1" 12/23/2010
- "Internet Movie Database" 03/17/2010 "Source 2" 12/23/2020
- Iranian Students News Agency 12/20/2010 "Source 3" 12/22/2010
- Veli-Pekka Lehtonen, Elokuva nimeltä Tämä ei ole elokuva, Helsingin Sanomat, May 21, 2011 p. C 5
- "2013 Official Selection". Cannes. 23 May 2013. Retrieved 23 May 2013.
- "Cannes: 'The Missing Picture' Wins Un Certain Regard Prize". Hollywood Reporter. 26 May 2013. Retrieved 26 May 2013.
- Mohammad Rasoulof at the Internet Movie Database
- International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran blog - 21 December 2010: Panahi’s Lawyer Concerned About Severe, Disproportionate Sentence
- Slant Magazine - Articles tagged "Mohammad Rasoulof"
- Silverdocs Film Festival - Biographical information for "Mohammad Rasoulof"
- Kino International - US distributor's presskit for Rasoulof's feature, "Iron Island"