Mania Akbari

Born in September 22nd, 1974

From Tehran, Iran

Mania Akbari Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mania Akbari is an Iranian film director. Akbari began her artistic career as a painter in 1991. She entered the world of cinema as a director of photography and later as an assistant director of documentaries. In 2002, she starred in Abbas Kiarostami’s Ten and in 2003 co-directed the documentary Crystal. In 2005 she wrote, directed and starred in her first feature film, 20 Fingers, winner of a prize at the Venice Film Festival digital film competition.

In 2007, Akbari directed a sequel to Kiarostami's Ten entitled 10+4 (Dah Be Alaveh Chahar) in which she depicts her battle with cancer. Description above from the Wikipedia article Mania Akbari, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

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Mania Akbari Filmography