Barmak Akram

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Barmak Akram
Born 1966
Kabul, Afghanistan
Occupation film director, screenwriter

Barmak Akram, (Template:Lang-fa) (born in 1966 in Kabul),[1][2] is an Afghani filmmaker. Akram lives in Paris, where he studied fine arts. His first feature film, Kabuli Kid (2008), won several awards and has been shown at the Venice Film Festival. In 2013, he received the Best Screenplay award at the Sundance Film Festival for the film Wajma (An Afghan Love Story). He has also made experimental and documentary films, including Toutes Les Teles Du Monde (2009).[3]


Kabuli Kid (2008)

Toutes Les Teles Du Monde (2009)

Wajma (An Afghan Love Story) (2013)