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Bahman Ghobadi

Bahman Ghobadi
Bahman Ghobadi at a press conference at the San Sebastián Film Festival 2006
Born (1969-02-01) February 1, 1969
Baneh, Kurdistan province, Iran
Occupation Film Director

Bahman Ghobadi (Persian: بهمن قبادی‎‎; Kurdish: به‌همه‌ن قوبادی / Behmen Qubadî) is an Iranian film director of Kurdish ethnicity. He was born on February 1, 1969 in Baneh, Kurdistan province. Ghobadi belongs to the "new wave" of Iranian cinema.[1][2]

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Filmography 2
  • Notes and references 3
  • External links 4

Biography

He was born in Baneh, a Kurdish small town in Kurdistan. His family moved to Sanandaj in 1981. Ghobadi received a Bachelor of Arts in film directing from Iran Broadcasting College. After a brief career in industrial photography, Ghobadi began making short 8 mm films. His documentary Life In Fog won numerous awards. Bahman Ghobadi was assistant director on Abbas Kiarostami's The Wind Will Carry Us.[3]

Bahman Ghobadi founded Mij Film in 2000, a company with the aim of production of films in Iran about its different ethnic groups. His first feature film was A Time for Drunken Horses (2000), the first Kurdish film produced in Iran.[4] The film won the Caméra d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. His second feature was Marooned in Iraq (2002), which brought him the Gold Plaque from the Chicago International Film Festival. His third feature, Turtles Can Fly, followed in 2004, winning the Glass Bear and Peace Film Award at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Golden Shell at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.[5]

In 2006, Ghobadi's

  • Bahman Ghobadi at the Internet Movie Database
  • Profiling Bahman Qobadi
  • Mij Film
  • Index Film Award
  • Profiling Bahman Qobadi
  • An interview with Bahman Ghobadi, director of Half Moon 26 September 2006 with David Walsh and Joanne Laurier on the World Socialist Web Site

External links

  1. ^ "Iranian New Wave, by Jeffrey M. Anderson". Greencine.com. Retrieved 2013-11-07. 
  2. ^ The Iranian New Wave, Iranian filmmakers enjoy a golden age
  3. ^ Bad ma ra khahad bordFull cast and crew for , IMDd, retrieved November 10, 2012
  4. ^ Kurdish Director, Stuck Between Iraq and IranPeter Scarlet. , The New York Times, December 16, 2007; retrieved November 10, 2012
  5. ^ Lakposhtha parvaz mikonandAwards for , IMDd, retrieved November 10, 2012
  6. ^ Harsh Realities and Mystical PowerJeannette Catsoulis. , The New York Times, December 14, 2007; retrieved November 10, 2012
  7. ^ http://www.mijfilm.com/newsdet.php?n=40&lang=1

Notes and references

Film Date
Golbaji 1990 short film
A Glance 1990 short film
Again Rain with Melody 1995 short film
Party 1996 short film
Like Mother 1996 short film
God's Fish 1996 short film
Notebook's Quote 1996 short film
Ding 1996 short film
Life in Fog 1997 short film
The Pigeon of Nader Flew 1997 short film
Telephone Booth 1997 short film
A Time for Drunken Horses 2000
Marooned in Iraq 2002
War is Over 2003 short film
Daf 2003 short film
Turtles Can Fly 2004
Half Moon 2006
No One Knows About Persian Cats 2009
Rhino Season 2012
Ghobadi at the presentation of his film Nobody Knows About Persian Cats in San Sebastián 2009

Filmography

In May 2009, his film No One Knows About Persian Cats won an Un Certain Regard Special Jury Prize ex-aequo when it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. This film chronicles the hardships facing young Iranian musicians seeking to evade censorship.

In 2006, Index on Censorship gave Ghobadi an Index Film Award for making a significant contribution to freedom of expression through his film Turtles Can Fly.[7]

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