Kiumars Pourahmad was born in Isfahan in 1949 and started his professional career in 1973 writing film reviews. Three years later, he started writing and making films and TV series. His feature film credits include: For the Sake of Haniyeh, Strange Sisters, The Longest Night and Edelweiss.

Accolades

Kiumars Pourahmad
Jury Grand Prize, 2007

Kiumars Pourahmad

Night Bus (Autobus-e Shab)
Jury Grand Prize, 2007

Kiumars Pourahmad

Night Bus (Autobus-e Shab)

Winner, Jury Grand Prize, 2007 Night Bus, a black-and-white war drama, travels back to the Iran-Iraq conflict of the mid-1980’s, when a young private is forced…

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Kiumars Pourahmad and Habib Ahmadzadeh
Best Screenplay, 2007

Kiumars Pourahmad and Habib Ahmadzadeh

Night Bus (Autobus-e Shab)
Best Screenplay, 2007

Kiumars Pourahmad and Habib Ahmadzadeh

Night Bus (Autobus-e Shab)

Kiumars Pourahmad was born in Isfahan in 1949 and started his professional career in 1973 writing film reviews. Three years later, he started writing  and…

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Mehdi Homayounfar and Kiumars Pourahmad
Best Feature Film, 2007

Night Bus (Autobus-e Shab)

Best Feature Film, 2007

Night Bus (Autobus-e Shab)

Night Bus, a black-and-white war drama, travels back to the Iran-Iraq conflict of the mid-1980’s, when a young private is forced to transport 38 Iraqi …

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Films

Night Bus
2007

Night Bus (Autobus-e Shab)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2007

Night Bus (Autobus-e Shab)

Winner, Jury Grand Prize, 2007 Night Bus, a black-and-white war drama, travels back to the Iran-Iraq conflict of the mid-1980’s, when a young private is forced…

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