Javad Jalali

Cinematographer, Person

1977 –

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Who is Javad Jalali?

Javad Jalali is a photographer and a member of the Iranian Alliance of Motion Picture Guilds. His photograph of the movie Farewell Baghdad is now kept in the Iranian Artists Forum in Tehran, Iran. He also holds the record for a photograph sold for the highest amount an a photography expo in Iran.

Jalali is known for his photography of refugees and immigrants of Afghanistan and Kurdistan in Iraq, mysticism in Iranian architecture, traditional Iranian kilns, mentally and physically ill patients, abstract photography of horses and trees and still photography of films. His photographs have been published in Variety, Real Time Arts, L'Uomo Vogue, D Photo Journal, Vogue, MyFDB, Paradise Magazine, Film International, "World of Cinema", Cinema Weekly, Cinema Industry, Film Magazine, Picture World, Ideal Life, Screen Cannes and Cinemotion.

He was the cameraman for the movie Boghz which was filmed in Turkey and directed by Reza Darmishian. Touraj Aslani, the movie's cinematographer, explains that he chose Javad Jalali because of his knowledge and understanding of colors, motions and photography.

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Born
May 30, 1977
Mashhad
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on July 23, 2013

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