Born in 1977 in Koohrang, Iran, Fereidoun Najafi is a graduate of Filmmaking from Soureh Film College. He’s made several short and documentary films including Khatoon, Where Is Fatemeh’s House?, The Twelfth Player, Little Rooster, The Route and Star, A Traveler to China, and The Last Migration. His films have screened in more than 100 national and international film festivals and received approximately 40 awards. The Skier is his feature film debut and is an APSA nominee for Best Youth Feature Film.

Accolades

Mohammad Ahmadi and Fereidoun Najafi
Best Youth Film, 2017

The Skier (Ski-Baz)

Best Youth Film, 2017

The Skier (Ski-Baz)

A mountain goat that has taken shelter in a small village is to be sacrificed for the occasion of a traditional ceremony. However, a small…

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Films

The Skier
2017

The Skier (Ski-Baz)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2017

The Skier (Ski-Baz)

A mountain goat that has taken shelter in a small village is to be sacrificed for the occasion of a traditional ceremony. However, a small…

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