Mohammad Farokhmanesh

Mohammad Farokhmanesh



Mohammad Farokhmanesh is an Iranian director, born in Tehran in 1972. He is best known for his debut feature film, 'The Wind That Brings' (2005).

Farokhmanesh studied at the Tehran University of Art, where he graduated with a degree in cinema, before working on his debut feature film, 'The Wind That Brings'. The film tells the story of a young girl who is sent to live with her uncle in the countryside.

After 'The Wind That Brings', Farokhmanesh went on to direct several short films and documentaries, including 'The Visit' (2010), 'The Messenger' (2011), 'The Moonlit Night' (2012) and 'The Shadow' (2014).

In 2016, Farokhmanesh released his second feature film, 'The Sun-Kissed'. The film follows the story of a young woman who is on a quest to discover her true identity. The film received critical acclaim, and was screened at a number of international film festivals.

Farokhmanesh has also worked as a scriptwriter and editor on a number of films. He is currently working on his third feature film, 'The Light of My Life', which is due for release in 2019.

Farokhmanesh is one of the most acclaimed Iranian directors of the modern era, and is renowned for his ability to tell deeply moving and thought-provoking stories. His films have won numerous awards, including the best director award at the Tokyo International Film Festival for 'The Sun-Kissed'.

Farokhmanesh has become a key figure in Iranian cinema, and his films have opened up new avenues of expression for Iranian filmmakers. He is renowned for his unique visual style, and for his ability to capture the beauty of the Iranian landscape.

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