Born in Tehran in 1972. Barges Abyar studied in Persian Literature and received her B.A in this field. So far she has devoted most of her time to writing, which had led to the publication of 30 story and fiction books for children, young adults and also the adults. She has made several short and documentaries.

 

Accolades

Aboozar Poor Mohammadi and Mohammad Hossein Ghasemi and Narges Abyar
Best Youth Film, 2016

Breath (Nafas)

Best Youth Film, 2016

Breath (Nafas)

Little Bahar lives a life spun from folklore and stories, always with her head in a book. But growing up in Yazd in the 1970s…

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Films

Track 143
2014

Track 143 (Shiar-E 143)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2014

Track 143 (Shiar-E 143)

Olfat is raising her children in hardship. She has one daughter and one son called Yonos who works in Kerman copper mine. Olfat used to…

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Breath
2016

Breath (Nafas)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2016

Breath (Nafas)

Little Bahar lives a life spun from folklore and stories, always with her head in a book. But growing up in Yazd in the 1970s…

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