Born in 1981 in Tehran, Reza Dormishian has studied English Language and then he was involved in film journalism. He was an assistant to some prestigious Iranian filmmakers like Dariush Mehrjui and Alireza Davoudnejad and he’s also been credited as a scriptwriter for some films and TV productions. Reza Dormishian started making short films in 2002. Hatred (2012) was his first feature film, fully produced independently in Istanbul and screened at many international events around the world like Montreal and Warsaw. I’m not Angry! (2014) was his second feature film which turned out to be very controversial at home and had its world premiere at Berlinale’s Panorama section and one of most successful Iranian films in world festivals in 2014 and 2015 in more than 40 festivals and collection 10 awards. Mr Reza Dormishian’s third movie Lantouri (2016) was selected for Berlinale’s Panorama section.

Films

I’m Not Angry!
2014

I’m Not Angry! (Asabani Nistam!)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2014

I’m Not Angry! (Asabani Nistam!)

Navid, a student in Tehran, finds himself thrown out of his university because of his political activities, but not before he has met the beautiful…

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