Jahangir Mirshekari


Jahangir Mirshekari (Persian: ی یԘی ; born 1947) is an Iranian Sound recordist.

Born at Abadan, he graduated from IRIB Faculty in 1972, and began working in cinema with Bashu, the Little Stranger (1986, by Bahram Bayzai).

He worked in TV as assistant sound recordist (1970-72), and as a prominent sound recordist in Iranian cinema, received the prizes from FFF for Where Is My Friends Home? (1986, by Abbas Kiarostami), The Lodgers (1986, by Darius Mehrjui), Under the Roofs of the City (1989, by A. Hashemi), The Actor (1992, by Mohsen Makhmalbaf), Land of the Sun (1996, by Ahmadreza Darvish) and Born under Libra (1998, vt Ahmadreza Darvish).



The Leaden Period, 1988

Close-Up, 1989

Nights of Zayandehroud

Time of Love

Longing for Marriage

Two Features with One Ticket, 1990

Valley of Butterflies, 1991

Abadanis, 1992

The Common Concern

Heart and Dagger

Hello Cinema (co), 1994


Box Hotel, 1996

A Taste of Cherry, 1997


The Pear Tree, 1997

The Wind Will Carry Us

The Corrupted Hands, 1999


Killing Mad Dogs, 2000

The Unruled Paper (sound manager)

The Trap

The Second Wife

Somewhere Faraway

Meeting with Parrott


The Address

How Much Does It Cost You To Cry?

Kill Me If You Can

The Troublesome

The Swindler

The Main Target