Didar Razzaghi Shirazi

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Didar Razzaghi Shirazi
دیدار رزاقی شیرازی
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Born (1970-09-28) September 28, 1970 (age 51)
Shiraz, Iran
NationalityIranian
CitizenshipIran
OccupationActress
Years active1975-present

Didar Razzaghi Shirazi (Persian: دیدار رزاقی شیرازی, born 1970 in Shiraz, Iran) is an Iranian film and theater actress. Her noted movies are Low Hieght (featuring movie 2002[1]) by Ebrahim Hatami Kia and Academy award winning Asghar Farhadi, Iron Island (Feature movie, 2005) by Berlin’s and cann’s winning Mohammad Rasoulouf[2], One ordinary day (Featuring movie 2004) by Hassan Fathi, Tomorrow is late (Drama series,1995) by Hassan Fathi, Death Song (Teleplay, 1995) written by well known Egypt writer Tofigh Alhakim by Bahman Soleimani. Her stage work included roles in Photoless Frame[3] by Dr. Alinaghi Razzaghi and Without You in The Moonlight which she received the best actress award at the 9th and 12th Fajr International Theater Festival [4]in 1991 and 1993.

Filmography

Name Director Year
Low Heights Asghar Farhadi

Ebrahim Hatamikia

2002
The Iron Island Mohammad Rassoulouf 2005
One Ordinary Day Hassan Fathi 2004
Friday Mohammad Rassoulouf 1992
Lie Fatemeh Goudarzi 2005
Mother|Country Tina Gharavi 2002
Tomorrow is Late Hassan Fathi 1995
On The Infinity Line Alinaghi Razzaghi 1979
Death Song Bahman Soleymani 1995

Awards

  • Best Leading Actress Fars Province for "Pandora", 1989[3]
  • Best Leading Actress Fars Province "photo-less Frame", 1990[3]
  • Theatre Festival, International Fajr festival and by State Critics "Photo-less Frame", 1990[3]
  • The best leading actress in all theatres stage of capital for "Photo-less Frame", 1991[3]
  • Best leading Actress for Theatre Festival, International Fajr festival and by State Critics for "In the moonlight without you", 1993[3]
  • The best leading actress in Iran National Tv and states for "Death Song", 1995[3]
  • The best leading actress by critics in the 3rd night of the international Fajr festival for "Yahya", 2004[3]

Debates and jury’s

BBC Persian Pargar (Shahrzad )[5]

BBC Persian Aparat (Tehran Radio)[6]

BBC Persian Aparat (Fire’s Dance)[7]

BBC Persian Aparat (happiness)[8]

BBC Persian Aparat (Siyah)[9]

BBC Persian Pargar (Iranian Theatre)[10]

References

  1. Low Heights (2002), retrieved 2021-01-22
  2. Jones, J. R. "Manuscripts Don't Burn takes us inside the Iranian police state". Chicago Reader. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 [email protected] "دیدار رزاقی‌شیرازی". ایران تئاتر (in فارسی). Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  4. "Women to take center stage at 35th Fajr Film Festival – isoaCourses". Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  5. "پرگار: سریال شهرزاد". Youtube BBC channel.
  6. "گفتگوی آپارات: رادیو تهران". BBC News فارسی (in فارسی). 2018-03-01. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  7. "گفتگوی آپارات - 'فیلم من یک بازیگر شادم'". BBC News فارسی (in فارسی). 2019-06-27. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  8. "گفتگوی آپارات- فیلم 'شادی'". BBC News فارسی (in فارسی). 2019-07-31. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  9. "گفتگوی آپارات: سیاه". BBC News فارسی (in فارسی). 2018-03-08. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  10. "پرگار : تئاتر ایران". Youtube.

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