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Abbas Kiarostami

Abbas Kiarostami, 2002 Festival Du Film De Sarlat, Exposition Photos Poster

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A poster made for the 2002 Festival Du Film De Sarlat. The Sarlat Film Festival is a film festival that has taken place since 1991 in Sarlat-la-Canéda in the Dordogne in November.

Abbas Kiarostami (b. 1940), is the most important filmmaker to have emerged from post-revolutionary Iran, having been one of the leading directors in the Iranian "New Wave" of the late 1960s and early 1970s. After graduating from Tehran University's Faculty of Fine Arts, Kiarostami worked variously as a traffic policeman, painter, graphic designer, and book illustrator, before beginning a film career by designing credit titles and then directing commercials. He established the film department of the non-profit organization Kanoon and directed his first film, Bread and Alley, there, one of a number of educational films he made while at the institute.

As part of the Iranian New Wave, Kiarostami and his colleagues drew on the neorealism of filmmakers such as Roberto Rossellini, with social, observational fiction dramas the hallmark of the movement. Since the 1980s, these directors and their films have received wider exposure and acclaim from the international critical community, with Kiarostami garnering major awards at Cannes and Venice film festivals.




12.6 x 17.7 in
32 x 45 cm


B-, good, with some soft dents throughout. Image is not affected.


Offset Print

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