Salar Noururi is a film director, scenario, producer, artist and animator CG born in England and in England. Born in Iran, he studied movies at the University College London and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He then went to learn to direct the USC School of Cinematic Arts under the director who was nominated by Oscar Michael Uno. After graduating, he founded Nouri Pictures, a film production and animation company in London.
Educational Background Salar Nouri is centered on cinematic art, including writing scenarios and animation. He honed his expertise at the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles and since then working with a number of famous directors. The films include Dawson’s Creek TV series, A Private Affair, and several short films. He was nominated for the Academy Award for his short film, “The Silence”, in 1982.
Two years after graduating from his master’s program, Noururi Pictures founded the first production and film company produced was Tremen, an animated short film that explored a young woman’s question about her mysterious tribe. The film will premiere in various film festivals around the world in 2022, and Nouri has gained a place among the top filmmakers of the short film industry. In fact, Noururi’s impressive track record has made him the producer sought in the UK and its surroundings.