Photographer and Documentary Filmmaker, Negar Masoudi, released on bailPublished by Ali on January 10, 2021
International Liberty Association: Negar Masoudi, a photographer and documentary filmmaker, was temporarily released from Evin Prison t on Saturday, 9 January, yesterday, on bail until the end of the trial. Ms. Masoudi was arrested by security forces in Tehran on 29 October, this year, and was transferred to the IRGC Intelligence Detention Center, Ward 2A, in Evin Prison.
Negar Masoudi, a photographer and documentary filmmaker, was released temporarily on a bail of 2 billion and 500 million Tomans until the end of the trial. Ms. Masoudi was arrested by security forces and during the arrest, the agents searched the house of her parents and confiscated some of Ms. Masoudi’s personal belongings and took them with them. The reasons for the arrest and the charges against Ms. Massoudi are still unknown at the time of this report.
However, the security forces have not yet returned Ms. Masoudi’s personal belongings, including her mobile phone.
ILA: Negar Masoudi, born in 1985, is a photographer, documentary filmmaker, holds a bachelor’s degree in photography and a master’s degree in art research. In addition to photography and holding photo exhibitions, Ms. Masoudi has also directed several short and feature films.
Negar Masoudi has been following the news of acid attacks in Isfahan for a long time, and an exhibition of her photographs of Marzieh Ebrahimi, the last victim of Isfahan acid attacks, entitled “Your fate was determined by Idol that others worshiped”, was held in July 2018 at the Summer Gallery of the Iranian Artists House.