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Abolfazl Jalili

Abolfazl Jalili
Born Abolfazl Jalili
Saveh, Iran

Abolfazl Jalili (Persian: ابوالفضل جلیلی ‎, born 1957 in Saveh, Iran) is an internationally acclaimed Iranian (Persian) film director. He belongs to Iranian new wave movement.

Jalili studied directing at the Iranian College of Dramatic Arts, then worked for national television (IRIB) where he produced several children's films. His 'Det' Means Girl (1994) won prizes in Venice film festival and Nantes. He was one of Rotterdam's Film Makers in Focus in 1999.

Filmography

  • 1983 Milad
  • 1985 Spring
  • 1987 Scabies
  • 1994 Det Means Girl
  • 1996 A True Story
  • 1992-1998 Dance of Dust
  • 1998 Don
  • 1999 Tales of Kish (The Ring)
  • 2001 Delbaran
  • 2003 Abjad
  • 2005 Full or Empty
  • 2007 Hafez (Iran-Japan / 35 mm / colour / 98min.)

Representative awards and honors

References

  1. ^ "Festival de Cannes: Tales of Kish". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-10-04. 

External links

  • Delbaran - Diamond in the Rough (TCM's Movie Morlocks)
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