زمانی برای مستی اسبها (1378)
آوازهای سرزمین مادری ام (1380)
لاک پشت ها هم پرواز می کنند (1382)
نیوه مانگ (1385)
2010) کسی از گربه های ایرانی خبر نداره
(Persian: بهمن قبادی) Bahman Ghobadi is a Iranian film
director of Kurdish ethnicity. He was born on February 1, 1969 in Baneh,
Iran. Ghobadi belongs to the so called "new wave" of Iranian cinema
He was born in Baneh, in northwestern Kurdistan Province of Iran. His
family moved to Sanandaj in 1981. Ghobadi received a Bachelor of Arts in
film directing from the Iranian Broadcasting College. After a brief
career in industrial photography, Ghobadi began making short 8 mm films.
His documentary Life In Fog won numerous awards. Bahman Ghobadi was
assistant director on Abbas Kiarostami's The Wind Will Carry Us.
Bahman Ghobadi founded Mij Film in 2000, a company with the aim of
production of films in Iran about its different ethnic groups. His first
feature film was A Time for Drunken Horses (2000), the first Kurdish
film produced in Iran.[who?] The film won Caméra d'Or at Cannes Film
Festival. His second feature was Marooned in Iraq (2002), which brought
him the Gold Plaque from Chicago International Film Festival. His third
feature, Turtles Can Fly, followed in 2004, winning the Glass Bear and
Peace Film Award at Berlin International Film Festival and Golden Shell
at San Sebastian International Film Festival.
In 2006, Ghobadi's Half Moon won Golden Shell at San Sebastian
International Film Festival. Iran's renowned actors Golshifteh Farahani,
Hassan Poorshirazi and Hedyeh Tehrani acted in this movie. The music of
the movie was made by Iran's world-class musician Hossein Alizadeh. The
film, which is a collaborative project by Iran, France, Austria and
Iraq, was shot fully in Iranian Kurdistan. However, it narrates the
story of a group of Iranian Kurdish musicians who would like to travel
to Iraq and organize a concert in Iraqi Kurdistan.
In 2006, Index on Censorship gave Ghobadi an Index Film Award for making
a significant contribution to freedom of expression through his film
"Turtles Can Fly."
In May 2009, his film No One Knows About Persian Cats premiered at
Cannes. It chronicles the hardships facing young rock musicians seeking
to evade censorship.