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Fereydun Gole (–2005)

Fereydun Gole 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. His most famous film was Beehive. After he died in 2005, the 2006 documentary film Iran: A Cinematographic Revolution was dedicated to him. See full bio »

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Mehre giah
Mehre giah Writer
Deshne Writer
Zir-e poost-e shab


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 1977 Jome
 1976 Mah-e asal (writer)
 1975 Kandu (writer)
 1975 Mehre giah (writer)
 1974 Mostafa Lore
 1974 Zir-e poost-e shab (writer)
 1973 Sarab (story)
 1972 Deshne (writer)
 1972 Kafar (writer)
 1972 Shirbaha
 1971 Dalghak-ha
 1971 Heydar
 1971 Jan-sakht
 1970 Kooche-mardha
 1970 Morid-e Hagh
 1969 Donya-ye abi (writer)
 1968 Salar-e mardan (writer)
 1968 Shab-e-fereshtegan (writer)
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