Khosro Masoumi made his debut feature The Assignation (1987) after directing several short films including the acclaimed Childhood (1983). Active as a director and screenwriter in both film and TV, Masoumi has made ten features, winning accolades including the Golden Butterfly for Best Director in the 18th Isfahan International Children and Young Adults Film Festival. Bear (2012) won the Golden Goblet for Best Film at Shanghai International Film Festival.

Accolades

Khosro Masoumi
Best Director, 2012

Khosro Masoumi

Best Director, 2012

Khosro Masoumi

Bear (Khers)

Khosro Masoumi made his debut feature The Assignation (1987) after directing several short films including the acclaimed Childhood (1983). Active as a director and screenwriter…

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Javad Norouzbeigi and Khosro Masoumi
Best Feature Film, 2012

Bear (Khers)

Best Feature Film, 2012

Bear (Khers)

Noureddin has been missing in action for eight years. After all this time, he’s assumed dead and declared a martyr. His wife has moved on…

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Films

Bear
2012

Bear (Khers)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2012

Bear (Khers)

Noureddin has been missing in action for eight years. After all this time, he’s assumed dead and declared a martyr. His wife has moved on…

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