Forugh Farrokhzad

Editor, Director, Actress

Editor, Director, Actress


Farugh Farrokhzad was primarily a poet. Indeed, she is regarded as one of the most important poets of the twentieth century in Iran, which has a millennium of poetic tradition behind it. Although she only made one film, the 22 minute so-called documentary "The House is Black", this work is generally seen as the crucial precursor of the Iranian New ...
Birth date
1935-01-05
Death date
1967-02-13

Activities


RoleTitleYear
EditorThe House Is Black
(Documentary short)
1963
EditorA Fire
(Documentary short)
1961
RoleTitleYear
DirectorThe House Is Black
(Documentary short)
1963
RoleTitleYear
ActressBrick and Mirror
Woman in taxi (uncredited)
1965
RoleTitleYear
WriterThe House Is Black
(Documentary short) (writer)
1963
RoleTitleYear
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorCourtship
(Documentary) (assistant director - segment "Iran")
1961
RoleTitleYear
ThanksThe Debridement of Rome
(Short) (acknowledgment)
2012
RoleTitleYear
SelfTehran Has No More Pomegrenates!
(Documentary) Self
2007
SelfThe House Is Black
(Documentary short) Narrator (uncredited)
1963
SelfCourtship
(Documentary) (segment Iran)
1961
RoleTitleYear
Archive footageMond Sonne Blume Spiel
(Documentary) Self (as Forough Farrokhzad)
2008
Archive footageSummit of the Wave
(Documentary short) Self
2004