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Sonia Nassery Cole est une Actrice, Réalisatrice, Scénariste et Producteur née le 3 mars 1963 à Kaboul

Sonia Nassery Cole

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Naissance 3 mars 1963 (58 ans) à Kaboul

Sonia Nassery Cole is an Afghan-American activist, director, writer, and producer.

Biographie

She currently resides in New York City and Beverly Hills, California and is now divorced from Christopher H. Cole, but retains his surname. She has one son, Christopher A. Cole.

She is the recipient of a "Congressional Recognition" award on December 4, 2006, "Afghan American Sisterhood Award," and the "UN Women Together Award" on June 7, 2012. In 2013, she received the Freedom to Write Award from PEN Center USA. She is also a member of the Jodi Solomon Speakers Bureau.

She has a book, "Will I Live Tomorrow?," released in October 2013.

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Filmographie de Sonia Nassery Cole (2 films)

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Actrice

The Black Tulip, 1h56
Réalisé par Sonia Nassery Cole
Acteurs Jack Scalia, Edoardo Costa, Sonia Nassery Cole
Rôle Farishta
Note70% 3.504463.504463.504463.504463.50446
The film depicts the fictional Mansouri family who start a restaurant in Kabul named The Poets' Corner, where artists and writers meet. The story centers on Farishta (Cole), a woman who runs the cafe, where they serve wine in teapots and have poetry readings by locals and members of the U.S. military. This ultimately angers the Taliban who begin kidnapping and assassinating family and friends of the cafe.

Réalisatrice

The Black Tulip, 1h56
Réalisé par Sonia Nassery Cole
Acteurs Jack Scalia, Edoardo Costa, Sonia Nassery Cole
Note70% 3.504463.504463.504463.504463.50446
The film depicts the fictional Mansouri family who start a restaurant in Kabul named The Poets' Corner, where artists and writers meet. The story centers on Farishta (Cole), a woman who runs the cafe, where they serve wine in teapots and have poetry readings by locals and members of the U.S. military. This ultimately angers the Taliban who begin kidnapping and assassinating family and friends of the cafe.

Scénariste

The Black Tulip, 1h56
Réalisé par Sonia Nassery Cole
Acteurs Jack Scalia, Edoardo Costa, Sonia Nassery Cole
Rôle Ecrivain
Note70% 3.504463.504463.504463.504463.50446
The film depicts the fictional Mansouri family who start a restaurant in Kabul named The Poets' Corner, where artists and writers meet. The story centers on Farishta (Cole), a woman who runs the cafe, where they serve wine in teapots and have poetry readings by locals and members of the U.S. military. This ultimately angers the Taliban who begin kidnapping and assassinating family and friends of the cafe.

Production

The Black Tulip, 1h56
Réalisé par Sonia Nassery Cole
Acteurs Jack Scalia, Edoardo Costa, Sonia Nassery Cole
Rôle Producteur
Note70% 3.504463.504463.504463.504463.50446
The film depicts the fictional Mansouri family who start a restaurant in Kabul named The Poets' Corner, where artists and writers meet. The story centers on Farishta (Cole), a woman who runs the cafe, where they serve wine in teapots and have poetry readings by locals and members of the U.S. military. This ultimately angers the Taliban who begin kidnapping and assassinating family and friends of the cafe.