Pouran Derakhshandeh Net Worth | Weight, Height

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For 31.01.2021 – We have next information about Pouran Derakhshandeh earnings, net worth: $46,995,302 Dollars*

Source of income: Directors.

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Pouran Derakhshandeh information

Birth date and age: 1951-03-27

The place of birth (POB): Iran

Profession:Director, Producer, Writer

Education:IRIB Nationality:Iranian ? Kermanshah

Height, Weight

How tall is Pouran Derakhshandeh – 1,83m.**
How much weight is Pouran Derakhshandeh – 63kg**
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Summary

Pour?n Derakhshandeh (Persian: ????? ????????) (born 27 March 1951 in Kermanshah, Iran) is an Iranian film director, producer, screen writer, and researcher.Derakhshandeh graduated in film directing in 1975 from Advanced School of Television and Cinema (????? ???? ???????? ? ?????) in Tehran. She started her professional career by making documentary films for the Kermanshah Television and subsequently for the Tehran Television. Her motion pictures include Relationship (1986), A Little Bird of Happiness (1987), Passing Through the Dust (1988), Lost Time (1989), A Love Without Frontier (1998), Candle in the Wind (2003), Wet Dream (2005), Eternal

Children (2006), and Hush! Girls Dont Scream (2013).At the time she began working at NIRT and Produced “Plague”, A documentary about plague disease in Kurdistan Province. Next year, she produced a documentary about the Last Wednesday of the Year ceremony custom in some areas of Iran, “End Wednesday” (1976). In 1978 she directed “Mineral Springs of Rah Haraz” and a trilogy documentary series about handicrafts in Kurdistan titled, “Moj, janamaz and sajadeh”, “Nazok kari” and “Short–napped coarse carpet”. The four-part “Synthetic and Natural Fiber” was a research documentary about thread, worsted cotton, silk and synthetic fiber. During 1979-1980, Derakhshandeh produced “The Wheels Whirl”. It examines economic and social depression and closed manufactures like Iran National. “Shokaran” focused on addiction. The 17-part documentary explores difficulties for women, men and children who are addicted to drugs, drug smuggling, and means of preventing drug abuse. The production lasted from 1980 to 1982.

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