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Ebrahim Hatamikia




Ebrahim Hatamikia

Born in 1961, Ebrahim Hatamikia graduated in screenwriting at the Art University’s College of Cinema and Theater. He started his filmmaking career in 1981 as a cameraman for the group working on the “Chronicles of War” TV series, and continued to write screenplays and direct short films with the theme of war and frontlines. Knowing full well the expressive values of this visual medium and its vast capacities for relaying emotions in a forward and yet profound fashion, he attempted to use cinema to communicate all that he had witnessed of the unfairness of the imposed war and the great efforts and heroism of the courageous Iranian forces at the battlefields. The experience of making several war documentaries, his sharp vision and natural aptitude helped him pave the way for his successful filmmaking career.

Hatamikia is one of the first generation of post-revolution filmmakers. He is one of the active filmmakers of the Sacred Defense (war) genre, who introduced himself to the audience by films such as “The Scout” and “The Immigrant”. Hatamikia has not stopped making films about the war and the situation of people involved in it. His films show no inclination toward building up fake and unrealistic heroes. His characters are taken from real people, which is why his works have been received so enthusiastically by the public. In his recent films, Hatamikia has focused his critical eyes on social circumstances, creating intensely bitter moments.

 

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