David Mahmoudieh


David Mahmoudieh

David Mahmoudieh (born 1984, London, England) is an Iranian film and music video director, screenwriter and guest film critic. He directs music videos under a variety of pseudonyms, including "R&D", "Merlin", "Uncle Rumple" and "Jury & Executioner".

Written works include the short-stories Perception, Return To Sender and I Kill Kilkally, the short films The Confession and Wolves Who Hunt Smiling, and the feature screenplay Fool's Gold[1].

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Overview

In 1999, whilst still at school, David won The Casa Nostra short-story competition and was consequently approached to pen a screen adaptation of Frederick Ayer's turn-of-the-century novel Reminiscences. Upon the completion of his schooling, Mahmoudieh began development on three projects, including an original comic book series, an uncommissioned Batman graphic novel and his first feature-length screenplay, Fools Gold.

From the year 2000 onwards, David began working as a Trainee 3rd and later 1st AD (Assistant Director) on a number of TV shows and films, including The Outer Limits and Wolf Lake [2].

In March 2008 David's short-script Rain won the award of "Best Short Script 2008" at the ECU European Film Festival in Paris [3]. The script also went on to finish 2nd in the 2009 Hollywood Movie Deal Screenplay Contest (Shorts Category) [4], 2nd again in the "Best Short Sci-Fi/Fantasy Screenplay" category at IFFF Film Festival at Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles [5], and finally Runner-Up in two categories "(Best Dramatic & Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Script)" at the AOF Film Festival Writer's Awards Ceremony in Pasadena.

It was announced in 2011 that David is adapting Rain into a feature-film, with David attached as writer/director.

Trivia

David Mahmoudieh is the second-cousin of the award-winning architect and designer Yasmine Mahmoudieh.

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result
2008 ECU European Independent Film Festival Best Short Script David Mahmoudieh Won
2008 AOF Film Festival Best Fantasy Short David Mahmoudieh Nominated
2008 AOF Film Festival Best Dramatic Short David Mahmoudieh Nominated
2009 IFFF Los Angeles Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Script David Mahmoudieh 2nd
2009 Hollywood Movie Deal Screenplay Contest Best Short Script David Mahmoudieh 2nd

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