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      Samira Makhmalbaf

نام: سمیرا مخملباف

تاریخ تولد:  26 بهمن 1358

فرزند محسن مخملباف (فیلمساز)

گذراندن دوره آموزش خصوصی هنری و فیلم‌سازی در خانه فیلم مخملباف.

فعالیت در زمینه کارگردانی فیلم‌های ویدئویی صحرا و سبک نقاشی در سال 1375.

شروع فعالیت سینمایی با فیلم بای‌سیکل‌ران (محسن مخملباف) به عنوان بازیگر در سال 1367.


جوایز :
جایزه ویژه منتقدان بین‌المللی پنجاه و یکمین جشنواره لوکارنو برای فیلم سیب در سال 1998.

جایزه ویژه هیئت داوران و منتخب تماشاگران بیست و دومین جشنواره فیلم سائوپولو در سال 1998.

تقدیر در جشنواره سالونیکا در سال 1998.

جایزه سازمان جهانی کاتولیک و جایزه تماشاگران نخستین جشنواره مستقل آرژانتین.


بای سیکل ران (بازیگر، 1367)
سیب (کارگردان، 1376)
تخته سیاه (کارگردان، 1378)
پنج عصر (کارگردان، 1381)

Samira Makhmalbaf (Persian: سمیرا مخملباف, UniPers: Samirâ Maxmalbâf) (born February 15, 1980[1], Tehran) is an internationally acclaimed Iranian filmmaker and script writer. She is the daughter of Mohsen Makhmalbaf, the film director and writer. Samira Makhmalbaf belongs to the New wave movement within Iranian cinema. At the age of 20 Samira studied Psychology and Law at Roehampton University in London

At the age of seven, she acted in her father's film The Bicyclist. She left high school when she was 14, to learn cinema in the Mohhmalbaf Film House for 5 years. At the age of 17, after directing two video productions, she went on to direct the movie The Apple. One year later, the 18 year old director went on to become the youngest director in the world participating in the official section of the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. The Apple has been invited to more than 100 international film festivals in a period of two years, while going to the screen in more than 30 countries.

In 1999, Samira made her second feature film, entitled The Blackboard and for the second time participated in the competition section of the Cannes Film Festival as the youngest director in the world, in 2000, this time winning the jury prize.

Samira next directed a movie while living in Kabul called At Five in the Afternoon. Her latest film, Two-Legged Horse, from a script by her father Mohsen, was also shot in Afghanistan.

Samira Mohmalbaf has been the winner and nominee of numerous awards. She was nominated twice for Golden Palm of Cannes Film Festival for Panj é asr (At Five in the Afternoon) (2003) and Takhté siah (The Blackboard) (2001). She won Prix du Jury of Cannes, for both films in 2003 and 2001 respectively. Samira Mohmalbaf also won UNESCO Award of Venice Film Festival in 2002 for 11.09.01 - September 11 and Sutherland Trophy of London Film Festival for The Apple in 1998. In 2003, a panel of critics at the British newspaper The Guardian named Makhmalbaf among the best 40 best directors at work today

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