Born in Marand, Iran, Shahram Mokri is a graduate of cinema from Tehran’s Soureh College. He started making short films in 2000 and has edited eight television series and more than 20 short and documentary films. His short films brought him national and international recognition along with his debut feature film, AshkanThe Charmed Ring And Other Stories (2009). His sophomore feature Fish and Cat (2013) won the Special Orrizonti Award for Innovative Content at this year’s Venice Film Festival and Best Film at the Lisbon and Estoril Film Festival in Portugal.

Accolades

Shahram Mokri
Best Director, 2013

Shahram Mokri

Best Director, 2013

Shahram Mokri

Fish and Cat (Mahi Va Gorbeh)

Born in Marand, Iran, Shahram Mokri is a graduate of cinema from Tehran’s Soureh College. He started making short films in 2000 and also edited eight…

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Films

Fish and Cat
2013

Fish and Cat (Mahi Va Gorbeh)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2013

Fish and Cat (Mahi Va Gorbeh)

A number of students have traveled to the Caspian region in order to participate in a kite-flying event during the winter solstice. Next to their…

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