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Life... and nothing more, Abbas Kiarostami (1991)

and nothing more, Abbas Kiarostami

Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostrami, 1997)

Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostrami,

How does Abbas Kiarostami create the cinematic tension that has won him awards all over the world? He leaves things out: facts, dialogue - even his actors' faces.

Interview with film director Abbas Kiarostami

Abbas Kiarostami - died at age 76 years: was an Iranian film director, screenwriter,…

Abbas Kiarostami at the press conference of "Like someone in love" in Cannes. Nice pic of the man; that's so Kiarostami.

The Film Sufi: "The Wind Will Carry Us" - by Abbas Kiarostami (1999)

The Film Sufi: "The Wind Will Carry Us" - by Abbas Kiarostami

The Wind Will Carry Us

Abbas Kiarostami speaks with David Sterrit about The Wind Will Carry Us and his unique form of poetic cinema

Abbas Kiarostami - more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abbas_Kiarostami

Abbas Kiarostami - more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abbas_Kiarostami

Taste Of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostami, 1997)

Iran // Abbas Kiarostami: A Cinema of Poetry, Life and Death-A multi-faceted artist and skilled storyteller, Abbas Kiarostami has enchanted Iran and the world with poetic films that have earned him international critical acclaim

Life, and Nothing More (Abbas Kiarostami, 1992)

Life, and Nothing More (Abbas Kiarostami,

Abbas Kiarostami, In His Own Words - The New Yorker

Abbas Kiarostami, In His Own Words

Over the course of his career, the Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami (whom David Denby writes about in the magazine this week) has been interviewed …

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