Niki Karimi Having won numerous awards from various international festivals, he is one of the most successful Iranian film artists in terms of the number of international awards. Niki Karimi He has participated in various domestic and international film festivals as a judge. Niki Karimi (born November 10, 1981 in Tehran) is an Iranian actor, director, translator and photographer.
Nikki Karimi has been a judge at several international film festivals. Karimi has been one of the most successful Iranian actors in terms of the number of international awards, winning four awards from various international festivals.
Nikki Karimi started playing in small theatrical groups from elementary school. He got his first film role in 1989 in the film “Temptation” directed by Jamshid Heydari.
But his first serious appearance can be considered in the movie “Bride” directed by Behrouz Afkhami in 1990. Niki Karimi and Abolfazl Pour-Arab are considered to be the first stars of Iranian cinema after the revolution. After that, Nikki Karimi starred in two important films by Dariush Mehrjoui called “Sara” and “Peri”. In 1992, she starred in the film “Sarah” (an adaptation of “Doll House” by Henrik Ibsen), which won her the Best Actress award at the San Sebastian and Nantes Festivals.
His first serious appearance was in the film The Bride directed by Behrouz Afkhami in 1990. He and Abolfazl Pour-Arab are considered to be the first stars of Iranian cinema after the revolution.
.After that, Karimi starred in two important films by Dariush Mehrjoui named Sara and Peri. Acting in Sarah won her the Best Actress award at the San Sebastian and Nantes Festivals.
After starring in several films by directors such as Ebrahim Hatami Kia, Behrooz Afkhami And Dariush Farhang starred in 1998 in the film Two Women directed by Tahmineh Milani.
Karimi was nominated for the Fajr Film Festival’s Crystal Simorgh for the fifth time for her film “Two Women” and won the Best Actress award for her role in the same film at the Taormina Film Festival in Italy.
In 2001, Nikki Karimi made a short documentary on infertility entitled To Have or Not to Win, which won the Rain Award, and in 2004 she directed her first feature film, One Night.
In 2002, he starred in two crazy films, Jumping from a Cage, directed by Ahmad Reza Motamedi, and The Fifth Reaction, directed by Tahmineh Milani, which won the Crystal Simorgh Award at the Fajr Film Festival for his role in these two films.
Nikki Karimi is an actress
In 2004, he directed his first feature film, One Night. The film was not screened in Iran due to auditing conditions, but it shone in prestigious foreign festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival. Nikki Karimi made her next film called A Few Days Later in 2006 in a situation where the task of screening for one night was still in a haze. Nikki Karimi also acted in her second film and directed an acceptable and acclaimed film, but Again, this film has not been released in Iran yet due to auditing issues.
Nikki Karimi’s third film, The Whistle of the End, was made in 2010. Nikki Karimi appeared in a tele-theater for a couple of minor crimes for the first time. Nikki Karimi is also active in the photography profession. He has also held several photo exhibitions of his work.
Nikki Karimi has experienced different styles of photography such as portraiture, etc., but nature photography is more impressive in her works.
From family to marriage …
Niki Karimi Niki Karimi is a 43-year-old actress from our country who is not married and does not have a wife. If she is married, she is now single and her parents live in London.
Nikki Karimi, whose family members live in the United Kingdom or the United States, commutes between Tehran and London.
Nikki Karimi published a photo on her personal page and wrote: Kind … my two dear grandparents … my parents … two kind friends that all I have is from them and the goodness of their existence … in the words of Nima Yoshij One year old, his son wrote: My son! You saw a spring, a summer, an autumn and a winter, henceforth everything in the world is repetitive except kindness
Nikki Karimi published a photo of her niece Vivin, who has a completely European face, and wrote: My dear sister’s child
Nikki Karimi Writer, director, translator