Hengameh Ghaziani

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Hengameh Ghaziani

Hengameh Ghaziani
Born (1970-05-20) May 20, 1970 (age 48)
Mashhad, Iran
Nationality Iranian
Occupation Actress, Translator, Singer
Years active From 2000 To now

Hengameh Ghaziani is an Iranian actress of cinema and theater, singer and translator. She had received two Crystal Simorgh from Fajr International Film Festival.

Biography[edit]

Hengameh Ghaziani was born in Mashhad, Iran in 1970. She graduated in BA of Human-Economic Geography from Islamic Azad University in Mashhad and Shahre-Rey branches. She continued her education in Western Philosophy in San Francisco University. She has started her artistic career since 2000 with her first appearance in Twilight directed by Hassan Hedayt. Her first role in theatre was named Like blood for steak which was produced by Leev theatre group. For her activities in theatre, she has been candidate for National community for Iranian theatre in 2005 in respect to her role in the notebook written by Jan Clude Career and directed by Katayoun Feiz Marandi. In addition to her artistic activities, she has translated the book of Red Mans Land White Mans Law, written by Wilcomb E. Washburn, a story of the American Indians. Also, in 2015 she established a music band under her name and performed in Vahdat Hall as a singer. She is one of the few Iranian actresses who received two Crystal Simorgh from Fajr International Film Festival.[1]

Awards[edit]

Awards Description Year
Crystal Simorgh Winner of Best Actress in a Leading Role for the 26th Fajr International Film Festival for "As Simple As That" 2007
Hafez Prize and Diploma Winner of Best Actress in a Leading Role for playing in the movie "As Simple As That" 2007
Varna Winner of Best Actress in a Leading Role for Bulgarian Varna International Festival (Folly is Love) for "As Simple As That" 2008
Golden George Prize Nominee of Best Actress in the Leading Role for Moscow International Film Festival for "As Simple As That" 2008
Crystal Simorgh Winner of Best Actress in a Leading Role for the 30th Fajr International Film Festival for "Days of Life" 2011
Prize and Diploma Winner of Best Actress in a Leading Role for Moqavemat International Film Festival for playing in the movie "Days of Life" 2011
Nominee of Best Actress in the Leading Role for the 30th Fajr International Film Festival/New Vision Section for "Migraine" 2011
Prize and Diploma Nominee of Best Actress in the Supporting Role for the Khaneh Cinema Film Festival 2011
Winner of Best Actress in the Leading Role for Kerman's Fajr Film Festival for "Annunciation to a Third Millennium Citizen" 2012
Prize and Diploma Winner of Best Actress in a Leading Role for the 16th Khaneh Cinema Film Festival
Nominee of Best Actress in the Leading Role for Iranian Criticizer Society Film Festival for "The Wedlock" 2014
Prize and Diploma Winner of Best Actress in a Leading Role for the first Mother International Film Festival 2015
Prize and Diploma Winner of Best Actress in a Leading Role for the 10th International 100-Seconds Film Festival 2016
Nominee of Best Actress in the Supporting Role for the 12th Action on Film International Film Festival for "Resident of Middle Floor" 2016
Nominee of Best Actress in a Leading Role for the 17th Donya-ye Tasvir Award Ceremony for "Delbari" 2017

As a Film Critic/ Jury Member[edit]

Member of Jury Year
Member of Jury in Varna International Film Festival (Love is Folly) 2010
Member of Jury at Fajr International Film Festival 2010
Member of Jury at Fajr International Film Festival/ Saadat Section 2010
Member of Jury at Parvin Etesami International Film Festival 2011
Member of Jury at Fajr International Film Festival 2014
Member of Jury at Khaneh Cinema Film Festival 2014
Member of Jury at Parvin Etesami International Film Festival 2017

Filmography[edit]

Hangovering Time (2018)

Ordakly (2018)

One Canary One Crow (2017)

My Brother, Khosro (2016)[2]

Delbari (2016)[3]

Rabidity (2015)[4]

The Other One's Dad (2015)[5]

Ginkgo: Suspended Narrative (2015)[6]

Saken Tabaghe Vasat (2014)[7]

With Others (2014)[8]

Welcome to Tehran(2014)[9]

The Wedlock(2014)[10]

Annunciation to a Third Milennium Citizen(2013)[11]

I am a Mother(2012)[12]

Migren(2012)[13]

Days of Life(2012)[14]

Barf Rooye Shirvani Dagh(2011)[15]

Felicity Land(2011)[16]

Facing Mirrors(2011)[17]

Bidari-e Royaha(2010)[18]

Niloofar(2008)[19]

As Simple as That(2008)[20]

Ravayat haye na tamam(2007)[21]

Saye Roshan(2001)[22]

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