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Pegah Ahangarani

Pegah Ahangarani

  • Birth Date:
    24 July 1984
  • Birth Place:
    Markazi - Iran
  • Age:
    35 years
  • Occupations:
    actor

Biography

Pegah Ahangarani (born July 24, 1984 in Arak) is an Iranian actress and documentary. Pegah is the son of Manijeh Hekmat, an Iranian director, and Jamshid Ahangari, director of the cinema.


Pegah Ahangarani played for the first time in the age of six in the movie "Vocal Cat" (directed by Kambouzia Parati) in 1369. But in his second play, his career was at the age of fifteen: the role played by the girl in sneakers played a positive role. She won the Best Actress Award from the Cairo Film Festival, the Best Actor Award from the World of Celebrity, the Diploma of Honor from the Abadan International Film Festival and the Best Acting Award from the Children's and Adolescent Film Festival in Isfahan in 1999.

In her first career directed by Manijeh Hekmat (her mother), she played the prison women's film in three different roles. Women's Prison has won the Best Film and Screenwriting Award at the Sixth Floor of the Cinema House, and in 2001, alongside Rain Kusari, in the documentary of our era, which plays a role in presidential elections.

Pegah Ahangarani, in 2007, appeared in the film Green Fire, without the presence of the actor during the filming due to the fall, suffering from a dislocation and fracture of the lower back and was hospitalized for a long time. He also has a record of playing in the movie costly and with the historical theme of the Blue Silk Road directed by Mohammad Binnia. Two films by the Forbidden Men and Max are included in comic and proliferation films featuring Pegah Ahangarani.

Pegah Ahangarani was nominated for the 27th Fajr International Film Festival in 2008 by Abolhassan Davoodi. He has played in other films like Mr. Yousef, Voices, Sleep, Three Women, and Third Floor.

Pegah Ahangarani has directed documentaries such as apples, theaters, mosques of Ghazaleh Alizadeh and Dehnamaki. Theater is a documentary about the city's theater. He won the Special Jury Award for the Short Film Festival of Isfahan to direct the documentary "Theaters" in 2005. In a documentary entitled "Ghazaleh Alizadeh", in an interview with his close associate, including his daughter Salmi, and his famous friends, including Massoud Kimayee, Mohammad Ali Sepanlou and Bahram Beyzaee, he has tried to study the famous writer Ghazaleh Alizadeh from various angles. Give The documentary "Dehnamaki" is also at the court of Massoud Dehnamaki, the director of the film's expatriate and former Ansar Hezbollah leader, and was broadcast on the program of the BBC's Persian network. He was also featured in theatrical plays such as Minus Two, directed by Daoud Rashidi and born in 1982, directed by Payam Dehkordi in 2010. The theater was born in 1981 with a political theme and was seized in March 2010 due to the opposition of the General Directorate of Performing Arts. He is also a record player in the violin ensemble of musicians in the works of Hossein Alizadeh and Houshang Kamkar in the National Orchestra. He also serves as a columnist in the E'temad daily.

He is also scheduled to direct a documentary titled "The Events of the House of Cinema" and speak about the events that took place between 2010 and 1392 for the house and its inhabitants in 60 minutes.

In an interview with ISNA, Ahangarani announced the production of two documentaries in December 2013 and said: "I am filming a documentary along with a civilian drama with the theme of cinema arts. Those who have come to the "Arbab Jamshid" since the 1340s and have remained there for their interest in the cinema. "
He added: "These people, while going through different films and crafting, often make fiction films and play roles that they are interested in and do not find the chance to play it in the cinema."

The ironmongers described his other documentary about the history of neighborhoods in Tehran and told ISNA: "This work is currently in the research phase and I am personally working on 16 neighborhoods in Tehran and will go to baths, emirates and other properties of each neighborhood." . »

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