Kamal Tabrizi

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Kamal Tabrizi
کمال تبریزی
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Born
Kamal Mosafay Tabrizi

(1959-10-28) 28 October 1959 (age 62)
Tehran, Iran
OccupationFilm director
Years active1980–present

Kamal Tabrizi (Persian: کمال تبریزی, born 28 October 1959) is an Iranian film director. He was born in Tehran, with his parents having moved there from Tabriz.[1] A newly released picture shows that he was as a photographer and reporter among the 1979 hostage takers at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran.[2] Kamal Tabrizi graduated from Tehran University of Art at Faculty of Cinema and Theater.[3][4][5]

Autobiography[edit]

After graduating from Cinema & TV from Art University in Tehran;He went to the war front of Iran-Iraq war (1981~1989) as a director and photographer and has made his first documentary on war Martyrs which won the best documentary award in Tashkent Film Festival. He taught Cinema and direction in Young Cinema Society and Film making Educational Center for some years and arranged many workshops on cinema. He made his first feature film Passage in 1988. Since then he has made more than 18 feature films, including two co-productions with Japan ("Wind Carpet" (2001) which was the best seller in Iranian market). His feature films and TV series are of the most popular films in Iranian Market and well received and awarded in the international Film Festivals.

Filmography as a director[edit]

Year Title English-language title Famous actors featured
1988 Oboor Passage
1990 Dar Maslakh-e Eshgh Shamble of love
1993 Payan-e Kudaki End of childhood Jahangir Almasi
Fariba Kosari
1995 Leily Ba Man Ast Leily is With Me Parviz Parastui
Shohreh Lorestani
1998 Mehr-e Madari Maternal Love Fatemeh Motamed Aria
Parviz Parastui
2000 Sheida Sheida Parsa Pirouzfar
Leila Hatami
2002 Farsh-e Baad The Wind Carpet Reza Kianian
Fariba Kamran
2001 Gahi Be Aseman Negah Kon Look At The Sky,sometimes Reza Kianian
Atila Pesyani
Ahmad Aghalu
2003 Marmoulak The Lizard Parviz Parastui
2004 Yek Tekkeh Nan A Piece of Bread Reza Kianian
Human Seyyedi
Esmaeil Khalaj
Ahmad Aghalu
Roya Nonahali
2007 Hamishe paye yek zan dar myan ast Always a woman involved Golshifte Farahani
Habib Rezaei
2009 Padash Reward Hasan Majooni
Atila Pesyani
Bahman Zarrinpur
Saber Abar
Asha Mehrabi
2010 Davandeye zamin I ran & ran Sahar dolatshahi
Hazama kanpei
2011 Khyabanhaye aram Calm streets Niki Karimi
Hasan Majooni
Mohammad reza foroutan
2015 Emkan-e Mina Mina's Option Milad Keymaram
Mina Sadati
2019 ma hame baham hastim[6] We Are All Together Mehran Modiri
Mohammad Reza Golzar

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "تبریز به روایت کمال تبریزی/ شهری که حالم را خوش می کند/ شهرها و چهره ها". 21 March 2015.
  2. ^ "کمال تبریزی، 30 سال قبل در سفارت آمریکا". Asriran.com. Retrieved 25 November 2010.
  3. ^ "جستجو". www.filimo.com (in Persian). Retrieved 19 November 2021.
  4. ^ سینماتیکت. "سینماتیکت - بزرگترین مرجع فروش بلیت سینما". سینماتیکت (in Persian). Retrieved 19 November 2021.
  5. ^ "زندگینامه: کمال تبریزی (۱۳۳۸-)". همشهری آنلاین Iranian newspaper (in Persian). 20 September 2021. Retrieved 19 November 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  6. ^ "ma hame ba ham hastim". Retrieved 22 April 2019.

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