Kiumars Purahmad donates his own scripts to Film Museum of Iran
Art and Experience: Filmmaker Kiumars Purahmad has donated a collection of his own screenplays to the Film Museum of Iran.
The scripts will be sent to a section displaying a collection of other objects from the veteran director, the museum announced on Monday.
The donated screenplays include “The Night Bus”, “The Last 50 Steps”, “Where Are My Shoes” and “Open Parentheses”.
Purahmad has previously donated 29 awards and four honorary diplomas that he received at various events to the museum. Several other screenplays, letters and film props are also on display in the section.
The jury grand prize that Purahmad won for “The Night Bus” at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards in 2007 is also among the donated items.
Iranian directors, including Asghar Farhadi, Ebrahim Hatamikia, Rakhshan Bani-Etemad, Yadollah Samadi, and Rasul Sadr-Ameli, have also donated collections to the museum.
Source: Tehran Times