Habib Ahmadzadeh is a veteran of the Iran-Iraq War, whose military career began when he served as a teenage Basiji and ended after he attained the rank of Captain in the regular army. He has studied theatre arts and is an accomplished scenarist. Ahmadzadeh is also the author of a prize-winning collection of short stories called The War Involved City Stories (Dastan-ha-ye Shahr-e Jangi), one of which became the basis for the film “Night Bus” (Autobus-e Shabaneh; directed in 2007 by the well-known film and television artist Kiumars Poorahmad). Ahmadzadeh also provided the research for Conversation with the Shadow (Goft-o Goo ba Sayeh (directed in 2006 by Khosrow Sinai), a study of one of Iran’s greatest writers Sadeq Hedayat (d. 1951). Part biography, part literary criticism, the film is an original contribution to the voluminous literature on Hedayat’s most important work of fiction The Blind Owl (Buf-e Kur).
1- Eagle Feather.
2- The Airplane.
3- An Umbrella for the Director.
4- Thirty-nine plus One Prisoners.
5- The Fleeing of the Warrior.
6- A Letter to the Family Saad.
7- If there were no Darya Qoli.
8- Vengeance, Vengeance, Vengeance.