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Abbas Kiarostami was an Iranian film director, screenwriter, photographer and film producer. An active film-maker from 1970, Kiarostami had been involved in over forty films, including shorts and documentaries. Kiarostami attained critical acclaim for directing the Koker trilogy (1987–94), Close-Up (1990), Taste of Cherry (1997) – which was awarded the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival that year – and The Wind Will Carry Us (1999). In his later works, Certified Copy (2010) and Like Someone in Love (2012), he filmed for the first time outside Iran: in Italy and Japan, respectively.
|1||Like Someone in Love (2012)||Director / Writer||8.3|
|2||Certified Copy (2010)||Director / Writer||7|
|3||To Each His Own Cinema (2007)||Director / Writer||6|
|4||Crimson Gold (2003)||Director / Writer||7|
|5||Ten (2002)||Director / Writer||-|
|6||The Wind Will Carry Us (1999)||Director / Writer||8|
|7||Lumière and Company (1995)||Director / Writer||6|
|9||Close-Up (1990)||Director / Writer||5|