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Date of Birth September 23, 1961
Place of Birth Tehran
Country Iran
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Age 60 years, 1 months, 16 days
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Ebrahim Hatamikia net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact 2020-21! In this article, we will discover how old is Ebrahim Hatamikia? Who is Ebrahim Hatamikia dating now & how much money does Ebrahim Hatamikia have?

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Spouse Sima Hatamikia
Children(s) Yousef Hatamikia, Nayereh Hatamikia, Esmaeil Hatamikia

Ebrahim Hatamikia Biography

Ebrahim Hatamikia is a famous Film Director, who was born on September 23, 1961 in Iran. According to Astrologers, Ebrahim Hatamikia's zodiac sign is Virgo.

Ebrahim Hatamikia (Persian: ابراهیم حاتمی‌کیا ‎, romanized: Ebrāhīm Ḥātamīkīā) (born 23 September 1961) is an Iranian Film director, Screenwriter, Cinematographer and Actor. Hatamikia is known for films depicting the Iran–Iraq War’s impact on Iran. His films are considered some of the best ever made in the Iranian war cinema and most notable for their attention to social changes brought about by the war. Also, he is best-known for his explorations of the trauma by the war; both on returning soldiers and those who await them, unable to mourn effectively without knowing the fate of their loved ones.

Hatamikia is now considered as an icon of professional religious filmmakers in Iran. The name of Ebrahim Hatamikia was heard for the first time in the short films section of the 3rd Fajr International Film Festival. His The Path (1985) received honors and was recognized by the jury for excellence in presenting a theme related to the war. Hatamikia’s early war-related features The Scout (1989) and The Immigrant (1990) explored the psychological and sociological impact of the war on the home front. In his subsequent glossy feature From Karkheh to Rhein (1993), he explored the psychology of a disabled veteran on a medical trip to Germany, adding to the war theme the tension of the direct contact with the West and of displacement to foreign lands. From Karkheh to Rhein considred as an anti-war film. Hatamikia in From Karkheh to Rhein and The Glass Agency have depicted the complex processes of re-integration and re-assimilation, particularly for veterans who were chemically injured or suffered chronic illnesses. The two are particularly praised by Hezbollahi citizens in Iran. Also, Hatamikia’s in From Karkheh to Rhein is particularly interesting in connection with the discourse of the Iranian diaspora during the war.

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His films brilliantly deal with the different and unexpected types of returns. Through the image of exiles seen in From Karkheh to Rhein and The Scent of Joseph’s Shirt, Roxanne Varzi notes that the audience come to understand the international scope of the war, and that what binds a nation is so much more than land. Hatamikia believes none Iranian could escape the mark of war, by virtue of association. Therefore, every Iranian takes part in the act of mourning. His films open a new and safe realm for mourning through presenting the nation with its death in a beautiful and artistic way. Aftermore, by influences of Morteza Avini in The Chronicles of Victory (1986–1988) war documentary television series, Hatamikia depicts returning from the imaginary realm through the very visual realm that made that journey possible. At the same time that these films reinstate the importance of faith, they stress the importance of remaining in the realm of the real, with those who are still with us. In The Glass Agency, he envisages martyrdom as the only possible and proper ending for a war veteran. He draw on the themes of the Karbala paradigm, specially martyrdom and self-sacrifice, and employs elements of the Ta’ziyeh. Also, concept of Mostaz’af is present in his films.

Ebrahim Hatamikia Net Worth

Ebrahim Hatamikia is one of the richest Film Director & listed on most popular Film Director. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Ebrahim Hatamikia net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Ebrahim Hatamikia Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
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Source of Income Film Director
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House Living in own house.

His films brilliantly deal with the different and unexpected types of returns. Through the image of exiles seen in From Karkheh to Rhein and The Scent of Joseph’s Shirt, Roxanne Varzi notes that the audience come to understand the international scope of the war, and that what binds a nation is so much more than land. Hatamikia believes none Iranian could escape the mark of war, by virtue of association. Therefore, every Iranian takes part in the act of mourning. His films open a new and safe realm for mourning through presenting the nation with its death in a beautiful and artistic way. Aftermore, by influences of Morteza Avini in The Chronicles of Victory (1986–1988) war documentary television series, Hatamikia depicts returning from the imaginary realm through the very visual realm that made that journey possible. At the same time that these films reinstate the importance of faith, they stress the importance of remaining in the realm of the real, with those who are still with us. In The Glass Agency, he envisages martyrdom as the only possible and proper ending for a war veteran. He draw on the themes of the Karbala paradigm, specially martyrdom and self-sacrifice, and employs elements of the Ta’ziyeh. Also, concept of Mostaz’af is present in his films.

Hatamikia was one of the few war filmmakers with a previous background in Super 8 and animated film production who joined Jihad’s Television unit and the IRGC’s Audiovisual unit in 1986. He uses the war and its extreme situations as a vehicle to negotiate camouflaged taboo topics. In From Karkheh to Rheine a few veterans doubt about their participation in the war. The television series Red Soil (2002–2003) momentarily exposes the absurdity of the concept of the nation as a homogeneous entity, with depiction of the confusion around which side of the border belongs on during the Iraqi occupation while portrays in-between spaces of an Iranian Arab and an Iraqi Arab.

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Ebrahim Hatamikia is among of the filmmakers of the new generation of the cinema of Iran after Iranian Revolution, who is internationally renowned for his role in the cinema of Iran in the 1990s. He was born in 1961 in Tehran to a Persian father and Azeri mother. He began his directing career with some short films and documentaries about the Iran–Iraq War. His movies are considered to be the best that tackle the war and the issues surrounding it. His works have often received admiration in national film festivals. The Glass Agency and In the Name of the Father have won him the best screenplay and directing awards in the sixteenth and twenty-fourth Fajr International Film Festival respectively.

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His ability to translate an American film scenario for an Iranian audience and make it look like the Iran-Iraq war points to the universality of war, is an issue which overlooked by film critics. However The Glass Agency (1998) was dismissed by American critics as nothing more than an attempt to make an Iranian version of Dog Day Afternoon (Sidney Lumet, 1975), Hatamikia went on to make other imitations, like The Red Ribbon (1999), which looks a lot like The English Patient (Anthony Minghella, 1996).

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Ranked on the list of most popular Film Director. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Iran. Ebrahim Hatamikia celebrates birthday on September 23 of every year.

The Scent of Joseph’s Shirt (1996) is Hatamikia’s first female-centric film. The female characters in Hatamikia’s films usually have a visible presence even though they may not be the main characters.

The Glass Agency (1998) portrayed the feelings and life conditions of those who expunged from the public sphere and lost out from Rafsanjani’s neoliberalisation. It tells the story of two former soldiers which despite enduring sacrifices by participating in the war, did not enjoy any of the material rewards coming from post-war reconstruction, and had criticized the government’s hypocrisy of turning veterans into symbolic heroes but not actually caring for them. By the film, Hatamikia had provoked the government, which then took him to court over the film and barred its release for a while. The Glass Agency is a metaphor for the glass house that Iran became after the war, where internal conflicts have been more salient than international ones. As Esha Momeni noted, it seems that Hatamikia is criticizing the state for that issue, however martyrdom’s glorification by him, continues to serve the state by covering up its efficiencies in the post-war era. As Hamid Naficy notes, the film deals with the crisis of reintegrating war veterans into a society that nearly a decade after the war’s end seems apathetic to their plight. in addition to criticize the government, it critiques society, which revered the soldiers but now wants to get on with life.

As of Richard Peña, The Red Ribbon (1999) remindes a bit of some of the later absurdist dramas by Fernando Arrabal. It is a dense and highly metaphoric drama involving three characters and set in a tank graveyard in the no-man’s-land between Iran and Iraq. He aspires to the technical sophistication of Hollywood.

In Amethyst Color (2005) was banned from screening by the order of the Ministry of Intelligence because the film depicts the image of a security official. His other film, Dead Wave (2001) was also prohibited from screening by the demand of military officials. However, that both films were screened in Iranian cinemas at a later time.

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