Narges Abyar (Persian: نرگس آبیار, born 8 August 1970 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian film director, author and screenwriter, best known for directing Track 143, Breath, and When the Moon Was Full. The film Track 143 is adapted from Abyar's novel titled The Third Eye narrating the story of a woman and her son during the time of war. Her films sensitively picture the sufferings of women and children caused by the society, war or radicalism. Narges Abyar graduated in Persian literature; she started writing books in 1997. So far, she has written more than thirty story and fiction books for children, young adults and adults.