Farid Mostafavi

Farid Mostafavi (Persian: فرید مصطفوی ‎), born 27 October 1954 in Tehran, Iran is an Iranian screenwriter best known for his social realist films set in urban Tehran, several of which were directed/co-written by Rakhshan Bani-Etemad. Mostafavi attended the "Institute of Cinema and Television" in 1979 and studied economics at Tehran University. His career in Iranian television began in 1989 and later expanded to film. He has worked as writer and co-producer: "An Outlook to the Cinema" which is a 13 part TV program about cinema (1983–1984). As assistant director: "The World Satirist" which is a ten part television play (1984–1986)). As voice-over writer for documentary films: Centrality (directed by R. Banietemad) and Immigrants (directed by F. Shafaee). As researcher and screenwriter: "Crossing from Iran Deserts" which is a documentary/fiction series (1997).


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