Nader Ebrahimi

Iranian writer and film director

1936   -   2008

genre: short story
country of citizenship: Iran
language of expression: Persian
occupation: film director, writer, journalist, songwriter, translator, novelist, playwright, screenwriter

Nader Ebrahimi (Persian: نادر ابراهیمی‎; April 3, 1936 – June 5, 2008) was an Iranian writer, screenwriter, photographer, director and actor. Son to Ata-ol-molk Ebrahimi, who was a descendant of one of the biggest families of Kerman, Nader earned his diploma in Persian literature, and then went on get a license in English literature. He was also affiliated with political activities, which resulted in periods of imprisonment. He worked in various jobs, including teaching and banking. He directed some TV series and documentaries, such as "The Sound of the Desert" but he's best known as a novelist, for "Three looks at the man coming from", "Forty letters to my wife", "A man in everlasting banishment", and "Fire without smoke". His career ended when he was diagnosed with Alzheimer. He died at the age of 72 due to Alzheimer's disease.
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