Mostafa Keshvari is an award-winning Persian/Canadian writer, director and producer based in Vancouver and a
member of Directors and Writers Guild of Canada.
As a top graduate of Vancouver film school, Mostafa made his first film I Ran (2015) which screened at Cannes
film festival short corner. Since then, Mostafa’s films have been awarded with 50 wins and nominations at IMDb qualifying film festivals around the world. His films mainly explore social issues and have been promoted in global media such as The NewYork Times, Hollywood Reporter, The Guardian, Times of India, TIMES, Global News, CNN, CBC and BBC.
Mostafa’s films range from feature-length to short, and animation. His directorial debut Unmasked feature film has won 28 global awards and can be watched on Amazon. Mostafa’s latest and second feature film “Corona” on Coronavirus and Xenophobia was acclaimed as the world’s first COVID-19 film by global media and is set for release in 2020 .
Mostafa is also a published poet and a professional painter at the Federation of Canadian Artists.
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