Ronak Taher is an Iranian-Australian filmmaker and visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. In 2007, she obtained a Bachelor Degree in Visual Art (Graphic Design) from Tehran University of Art, Iran where she started discovering her mission and vision as contemporary storyteller who uses different mediums. In 2013, Ronak was celebrated as one of the three hundred upcoming world talents in film industry at the “Berlinale Film Festival”, Germany.
In December 2017, she completed the Masters in Film and Television at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), Melbourne University in narrative filmmaking. Her graduate film “Bubble” won “Master of Film and TV Best Production script Award“ supported by “Australian directors Guild” and “Moving Clickers”. “Bubble” was also nominated for “ Best Master of Film & Television Production Award”, “Best Overall Production Award” and “Sarah Watt award”. Ronak's Films has been screened at the Sydney Film Festival, Cinequest Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Chicago World Film Festival, Shnit World Film Festival, and Florida International Film Festival to name a few.
Ronak’s Paintings are installed in Melbourne suburbs as light boxes and wall murals. Her illustrative books are published in Australia Spain, France and Iran. One of her illustrative books “Sonam and The Silence” was nominated for "The Prime Minister's Literary Awards 2019", Australia.
More graphic and illustration artworks of hers available at www.ronaktaher.com