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Ebrahim Golestan


Ebrahim Golestan is an Iranian filmmaker and literary figure with a career spanning half a century. He has lived in Sussex, United Kingdom, since 1975. He was closely associated with the controversial and eminent Iranian poet Forough Farrokhzad until her death, whom he met at his studio in 1958. He is said to have inspired her to live more ... See full bio »

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 1966 Kharab-abad (Documentary short)
 1965 Harvest and the Seed (Documentary short)
 1965 The crown jewels of Iran (Documentary short)
 1965 Village Councils (Documentary short)
 1963 The Hills of Marlik (Documentary short)
 1962 Moj, marjan, khara (Documentary short)
 1961 Courtship (Documentary) (segment "Iran")
 1961 A Fire (Documentary short)
 1957 From a Drop to the Sea (Documentary short)
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He is the first Iranian film maker who won an international award for his films. He won an award from Venice short film festival for his film A Fire in 1961.

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