Bahman Iranpour was born on January 31, 1987, in Tehran, Iran. He studied Cinema in high school. Iranpour's short film debut was in 2002 and after that he started to work as Script writer, Director of Cinematography, Editor in short films. Later in 2005 he attended the University of Art, Tehran to study Cinema and he continued his job in filmmaking and made "La Niña" in 2012. "So Much Water" was his second short Film. In 2015 he directed "Passover". He is a young Iranian Filmmaker who wants to expand his experience in Cinema.
Film (short) by Bahman Iranpour (Drama) Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Producer A man who is going to leave the country, has got stuck in a heavy traffic. He wants to give a package that he's carrying to someone, before leaving.
So Much Water
Film (short) by Bahman Iranpour (Drama) Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Producer A girl is invited to perform with two guys in a birthday party. The guys went to pick the girl up with a car having something unusual in the trunk that causes a crisis in her relationship with the guys.
Film (short) by Bahman Iranpour Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Producer, Editor This movie is about a girl who takes care of a disabled boy, who cannot do his daily chores. The girl is the boy's only connection with the world outside. The girl reads the newspapers for the boy and she tries to make more connection between the boy and outer world by showing television channels to him (because the boy only watches recorded animations on VHS); but the boy prefers to live in his own world, the world of flowers, animations and aquarium with its fishes. Their relationship changes by an unwanted pregnancy of the girl. Then she experiences a nervous breakdown. Afterwards a new kind of relationship forms between them. Written by Bahman Iranpour
Film by Amin Seqatchi (Documentary and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Today is the last day of campaign for the 2009 presidential election in Iran and members of the underground band 'Sediment' must cross the whole city of Tehran to take part in an important appointment. but today, the city has a very different atmosphere... Written by Anonymous