Marziyeh is a recently married young woman who has grown up in a religious family with strict rules. Their time-worn and careful thoughts have always overshadowed her true self-has. On the contrary, in her married life, she has left all those restrictions behind and has an entirely different lifestyle.
I was born in Tehran, Iran in 1988. I got my BA of fine arts in Alzahza University in Tehran. I worked as a photographer and graphic designer for a couple of years. My first move to the world of cinema was a theory workshop with Bahram Beyzayi. After that, I had a long term workshop with Asghar Farhadi. I made my first short in that workshop which won the third prize at The Image Of The Year Film Festival. I was lucky to win the scholarship from Magic of Persia to attend LFS. At LFS I've worked on many films in different roles. My main focus from the beginning was directing films that are written by myself, and I got the opportunity to direct four films at LFS. My Graduation film “Marziyeh” got an excellent review in the school by critics and students. I had a Q and A for my grad film at LFS before I leave London. “Marlon,” a film that directed and produced by myself and “Marziyeh” both got into London Short Film Festival 2017.