Negar Eskandarfar is a producer who is best known for Asghar Farhardi’s Academy Award® and Golden GlobeTM-winning winning drama A Separation. That film also won Best Film at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards in 2011 and the highest prize at the Berlin International Film Festival along with dozens of other awards. In 2018, Eskandarfar collaborated with writer-director Farzad Khoshdast on A Woman Without a Name about female prisoners, nominated for the F:ACT Award at 2018 CPH:DOX festival. The two worked together once more on 2019’s Narrow Red Line about male juvenile delinquents in Iran and received his first APSA nomination for Best Documentary Feature Film.

Accolades

Farzad Khoshdast and Negar Eskandarfar
Best Documentary Film, 2019

Narrow Red Line (Khat-e Barik-e Ghermez)

Best Documentary Film, 2019

Narrow Red Line (Khat-e Barik-e Ghermez)

In a bleak Iranian Juvenile Rehabilitation and Correction Centre, a group of teenage delinquents and juvenile defenders decide to put on a stage show that…

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Films

Narrow Red Line
2019

Narrow Red Line (Khat-e Barik-e Ghermez)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2019

Narrow Red Line (Khat-e Barik-e Ghermez)

In a bleak Iranian Juvenile Rehabilitation and Correction Centre, a group of teenage delinquents and juvenile defenders decide to put on a stage show that…

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