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Sinners, The Beautiful City, Ghazal, Dancing in the Dust, Alzheimer

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Faramarz Gharibian (Persian: فرامرز قریبیان‎‎) is an actor and director, born November 17, 1941, Tehran, Iran.


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He learned film acting in the School of Visual Arts, US (1971). He started his career with a short role in Come Stranger (1968, Masoud Kimiai). His professional debut was in Soil (1973, M. Kimiay).

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In most of his films, he plays the role of a resolute man who, in order to achieve his goals or preserve his ideals, must face conflict and danger. He has some adventure films in his career and also directed three feature films, Duel in Tasuki (1986), Law (1995) and Her Eyes (1999). Gharibian has been nominated for the prize of Best Actor, and has won the prize for Train (1988), Misty Harbor (1992) and The Rain Man (1999) from Fajr International Film Festival.

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In recent years, he has won international awards from around the world. He won the award for Best Actor at the 25th Moscow International Film Festival and Asia Pacific Film Festival for Dancing in the Dust, he also won the Special Jury Priiz in the International Film Festival of India for The Beautiful City.

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  • The Deers, 1974
  • Ghazal, 1975
  • Jong-e Athar, 1977
  • The Tall Shadows of the Wind, 1977
  • The Messenger, 1981
  • Kani-Manga, 1986
  • The Train, 1987
  • The Wolf’s Trail, 1991
  • Misty Harbour, 1992
  • I Want to Live, 1994
  • The Rain Man, 1998
  • Dancing in the Dust, 2002
  • Beautiful City, 2005
  • The Wet Dream, 2005
  • The Forbidden Chapter, 2006
  • The Boss, 2007
  • Alzheimer (2011)
  • References

    Faramarz Gharibian Wikipedia

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