Unsaid things about the unrequited love of two famous artists, Forough Farrokhzad and Ebrahim Golestan

Familiarity with Golestan opened Forough’s eyes to the world of cinema. He learned editing at the Golestan Institute and edited the movie “One Fire.” At that time, a short film named “Khastgari” was commissioned by the National Film Institute of Canada by the “Golestan Film Organization,” in which Forough was both an assistant director and an actor. After some time, he traveled to England at the expense of the Golestan Film Organization to take filmmaking courses there, and finally, in 1341, he made his own documentary called “The Black House.” The film “The Black House” was about the leper house of Baba Baghi in Tabriz and the lives of lepers. During the making of this film, Forough met a family in the leper house. He adopted their young son, Hossein Mansouri, and brought him with him. Forough Farrokhzad’s work in the field of filmmaking was also successful, like his poems, and he was able to win the best film award at the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival in the winter of 1342. Forough continued working with Ebrahim Golestan on other films, and after achieving these successes, he entered the theater. He starred in the play “Six characters in search of an author” by Luigi Birandello, directed by Perry Saberi, and shone there.

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