Nima Sarvestani

The award-winning director Nima Sarvestani started his career as a journalist in Iran and has been concentrating on documentary filmmaking since moving to Sweden in 1984. He founded his own film production company Nima Film in 1992. Focusing on social and political issues, he is inspired by those who fight passionately for their cause.
Among the films he has directed are: The Evil Cycle (1998), Naked And Wind (2002), Dead Man’s Guest (2003), Iranian Kidney Bargain Sale (2006), On The Border Of Desperation (2008), I Was Worth 50 Sheep (2010), No Burqas Behind Bars (2012), Those Who Said No (2014). His latest production is the feature documentary Prison Sisters (2016).

[Tłumaczenie na język polski: Magdalena Birna]