November 29, 1962 |
|Occupation||film director, screenwriter, film editor|
PIFF - FIPRESCI Prize
1996 Mosafere jonub
Shahbazi is a graduate of filmmaking from Tehran's Iran cinema College. During the early 80’s he began writing short stories and directing short films. He edited several films and directed 12 short films before making his first feature film, Traveler from the South, in 1996.
His debut feature film, Traveler from the South (1996) as well as his second film, Whispers (2000) went to countless festivals and brought him international recognition, collecting several prizes along the way. In 2002, his third film, Deep Breath was shown at the Directors' Fortnight at Cannes Film Festival to great success. Among other accolades it won a FIPRESCI award at Pusan and the Jury special award at Turin as well as the Best Film award at the Belgrade Author Festival.
(The White Balloon)
|1997||Mosafere jonoub (fa)|
|1999||Yek rooz bishtar (fa)
(One More Day)
|2000||Najva (fa) (Whispers)|
|2003||Tehran saat-e 7 sobh
(Tehran 7:00 a.m.)
|2006||Be ahestegi... (fa) (Gradually...)|
|2009||Ayar 14 (fa) (Karat 14)|
- "Parviz Shahbazi website"
- "Parviz Shahbazi on Facebook"
- Parviz Shahbazi at the Internet Movie Database
- "Cannes Film Festival 2003"
- "Interview October 1997"
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