Fereydun Gole

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Fereydun Gole (Persian: فریدون گُله‎; also spelled Fereydoun Goleh) (1942–2005) was an Iranian screenwriter, film director, and film editor. He was active in producing urban drama films throughout the 1970s, dealing with such issues as the social stratification of Tehran.[1] His most famous film was Beehive.[2] After he died in 2005, the 2006 documentary film Iran: A Cinematographic Revolution was dedicated to him.[3]

Fereydun Goleh
Born 1942
Died 2005
Occupation Screenwriter
Film director
Film editor
Years active 1968–1976

Filmography

  • The Night of the Angels (1968)
  • Blue World (1969)
  • Vahshi-e jangal (1971)
  • Impious (1972)
  • The Dagger (1972)
  • Mashti Mamdali's Car (1974) - Writer
  • Under the Skin of the Night (1974)
  • The Mandrake (1975)
  • Beehive (1975)
  • Honeymoon (1976)

References

  1. ^ Sarah Boslaugh. "Iran: A Cinematographic Revolution". Institute of Film & Television Studies. Retrieved January 24, 2010.
  2. ^ "Fereydoun Goleh Was Buried". Pendar Cultural Institute. October 29, 2005. Archived from the original on July 15, 2011. Retrieved January 24, 2010.
  3. ^ Russell Edwards (April 17, 2007). "Iran: A Cinematographic Revolution". Variety. Retrieved January 24, 2010.

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