Saman Salour

Saman Salour was born in Boroujerd, Iran in 1976 and graduated in Film Direction from the Soureh Cinema School in Tehran. He started his career as a filmmaker by making films at the Iranian Young Cinema Society.
He has been the assistant director and programmer of three long features and made a number of shorts and documentaries for TV.

Short Films

1998: Daghigheh hashtad / Eightieth minute : Fiction, Betacam, colour, Iran.
2002: In yek Sony ast / It’s a Sony: Documentary, DVcam, colour, 13min, Iran.
2002: Bad guissovanat ra shaneh khahad zad / The wind will comb your tresses: Fiction, colour, 15, Iran.
2002: Chand daghigheh sokout / few minutes of silence: Documentary, DVcam, colour, 15min, Iran.
2004: Fereshteh-ha roya ra navazesh mikonand / Angels caress dreams: Documentary, Dvcam, colour, 28min, Iran.
2005: Aramesh ba diazepam dah / Calmness with a diazepam 10: Documentary, DVcam, colour, 45min, Iran.

Feature Films:
2004: Sakenin-e sarzamin-e sokout / From land of silence: Fiction, 35mm, colour, 70min, Iran.
2006: Chand kilo khorma baraye marassem-e tadfin / A few kilos of dates for a funeral:
Fiction, 35mm, B&W, 85min, Iran.
2008: Taraneh Tanhaïye Tehran / Lonely Tunes of Tehran: Fiction, HD, colour 75min, Iran.