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List of Iranian films of the 1990s

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List of Iranian films of the 1990s

A list of films produced in Iran ordered by year of release in the 1990s. For an alphabetical list of Iranian films see Category:Iranian films


Year Title Director Actors Genre Notability
1990 Close Up Abbas Kiarostami Documentary
Hamoun Dariush Mehrjui Khosro Shakibai, Bita Farrahi, Ezzatollah Entezami Psychological drama
Time of Love Mohsen Makhmalbaf Shot in Turkey, Banned in Iran. Screened at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival
Snake Fang Masoud Kimiai Entered into the 41st Berlin International Film Festival
1991 Life, and Nothing More... Abbas Kiarostami Drama The second part of Kiarostami's Earthquake trilogy, screened at Cannes
In the Alleys of Love Khosrow Sinai Screened at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival
1992 Baduk Majid Majidi Addresses child slavery
Nargess Rakhshan Bani-Etemad Farimah Farjami, Atefeh Razavi Drama
Naser-ed-din Shah Mohsen Makhmalbaf Ezzatollah Entezami Comedic
Sara Dariush Mehrjui Niki Karimi Drama
1993 Actor Mohsen Makhmalbaf Akbar Abdi, Fatemeh Motamed-Aria Drama
1994 Hello Cinema Mohsen Makhmalbaf Screened at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival
Through the Olive Trees Abbas Kiarostami Drama The third part of Kiarostami's Earthquake trilogy, entered at Cannes
1995 White Balloon Jafar Panahi
Pari Dariush Mehrjui Niki Karimi An adaptation of J.D. Salinger's Franny and Zooey
1996 Gabbeh Mohsen Makhmalbaf Title derived from a Persian rug
Won Silver Screen award at Singapore, screened at Cannes
Leila Dariush Mehrjui Leila Hatami Drama
Pedar Majid Majidi Drama Won the Prize of the Jury at
San Sebastián International Film Festival
1997 Children of Heaven Majid Majidi Majid Majidi Nominated for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Taste of Cherry Abbas Kiarostami Homayon Ershadi Awarded the Palme d'Or at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival
The Silence Mohsen Makhmalbaf Drama Received CinemAvvenire Award, Sergio Trasatti Award,
nominated for Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival
1998 The Apple Samira Makhmalbaf Drama Screened at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival
Son of Maryam Hamid Jebeli Mohsen Falsafin
Rafik Dergabrilian
Hadi Nainizadeh
1999 The Color of Paradise Majid Majidi Hossein Mahjoub, Mohsen Ramezani Drama
Tales of Kish Abolfazl Jalili, Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Nasser Taghvai Entered into the 1999 Cannes Film Festival
Two Women Tahmineh Milani Niki Karimi Drama
The Wind Will Carry Us Abbas Kiarostami Silver Lion Award

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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