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Abeid Amir (امیر عابدی)

Abeid Amir (امیر عابدی)

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  • Producer

Amir Abedi is an Iranian photographer and writer who was born in 1963 in Tehran, Iran. He began his professional career in cinema and worked as a photographer in the Movie"Bagh-e Sayed" directed by Mohammad Reza Slamlou. He began his cinematic artistic activity with the series "Seven Cities of Love" directed by Mohammad Ali Najafi. His most notable works are Hassan Fathi's "Zero Degree Turn", Mehran Modiri's "Great Award", Rasoul Molaghipour's "Mazrae-ye pedari" and Asghar Farhadi's "Fireworks Wednesday".

  • Original Nameامیر عابدی
  • ProfessionPhotographer-Writer
  • Date of Birth9 March 1963
  • Birth PlaceTehran-Iran
  • NationalityIranian

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