Vahid Jalilvand was born in Tehran in 1976. He is a graduate of Tehran University in Theater Directing. Jalilvand started his career as a theater actor and made his stage debut when he was only 15. In 1996, he started working in the Iranian State TV channels as an editor and then as a TV director. Later, he directed two home video series and more than 30 documentaries in social and industrial fields. He has directed and acted in many television series and plays. “Wednesday, May 9”, his first feature was awarded FIPRESCI Prize and the INTERFILM Award for Promoting Interreligious Dialogue in Orizzonti Competition of Venice 2015. “No Date, No Signature” was his second feature which was awarded the Best Director and the Best Actor in Orizzonti Competition of Venice 2017. “No Date, No Signature” was nominated as Iran’s representative to the 91st Academy Awards for the Best Foreign Language Film, 2019. “Beyond the Wall” is Vahid’s third feature.

Accolades

Vahid Jalilvand
Best Screenplay, 2022

Vahid Jalilvand

Best Screenplay, 2022

Vahid Jalilvand

Beyond the Wall (Shab, Dkheli, Divar)

Vahid Jalilvand was born in Tehran in 1976. He is a graduate of Tehran University in Theater Directing. Jalilvand started his career as a theater…

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Films

Beyond the Wall (Shab, Dkheli, Divar)
2022

Beyond the Wall (Shab, Dkheli, Divar)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2022

Beyond the Wall (Shab, Dkheli, Divar)

Ali, a blind man, is attempting to commit suicide when he is interrupted by the concierge of his building. He is informed that the police…

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No Date, No Signature
2017

No Date, No Signature (Bedoune Tarikh, Bedoune Emza)

Islamic Republic of Iran
2017

No Date, No Signature (Bedoune Tarikh, Bedoune Emza)

Special Mention, Best Performance by an Actor, 2017 The forensic pathologist Dr Nariman, a principled and virtuous man, has an accident with a motorcyclist and…

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