Arman Gholipourdashtaki

Arman Gholipourdashtaki



Arman Gholipourdashtaki is an Iranian film director, screenwriter and producer. He was born in 1985 in Tehran, Iran and graduated from the University of Tehran with a degree in Film and Theater.

Gholipourdashtaki first came to the attention of the public in 2010 when he directed his first feature film, "The Line". The film was well received in Iran and helped to launch Gholipourdashtaki's career. Since then, he has produced and directed several feature films and television shows, including “The Valley of The Bees”, “The Pigeon”, “The Fire”, and “The Cable”.

Gholipourdashtaki's films often deal with themes of family and identity, exploring how these concepts intersect with the political and social realities of life in Iran. His works often present stories of ordinary people living in the midst of extraordinary circumstances. His films are noted for their use of realism to convey the characters' struggles and the harshness of their environment.

Gholipourdashtaki has received numerous awards for his work, including the Best Feature Film award at the 9th Fajr International Film Festival for "The Line" and Best Director at the 14th Tehran International Short Film Festival for "The Cable". His films have also been screened in numerous festivals around the world, including the Berlin International Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival and the San Francisco International Film Festival.

Gholipourdashtaki has become one of the leading voices in Iranian cinema. He is widely praised for his ability to create gripping stories and his use of realism to portray the struggles of everyday life. His work has been instrumental in bringing the richness and complexity of Iranian culture to the world. He continues to be an inspiration to filmmakers around the world.

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