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Maziar Bahari

Maziar Bahari is a producer and director, known for And Along Came a Spider (2003), To Light a Candle (2014) and The Voyage of the St. Louis (1995). See full bio »

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Hide Hide Show Show Producer (16 credits)
 2018 82 Names (Documentary) (producer)
 2017 Cost of Discrimination (Documentary short) (executive producer)
 2017 Changing the World, One Wall at a Time (Documentary) (executive producer)
 2017 Crime and Denial (Documentary short) (executive producer)
 2016 Tickling Giants (Documentary) (producer)
 2015 Afghanistan: My Return to the Valley of Death (Documentary) (producer)
 2014 To Light a Candle (Documentary) (producer)
 2012 Kiosk: A Generation Destroyed by Madness (Documentary) (producer)
 2009 Mullayeh (TV Movie documentary) (producer)
 2008 My City Pizza (Documentary short) (producer)
 2008 Of Men and Motorcycles (Documentary short) (producer)
 2008 Consulting God (Documentary short) (executive producer)
 2003 Dying to Be Apart (TV Movie documentary) (producer: Iran)
 2003 And Along Came a Spider (TV Movie documentary) (producer)
 2000 Of Shame and Coffins (TV Short documentary) (producer)
 1995 The Voyage of the St. Louis (Documentary) (producer)
Show Show Director (14 credits)
Show Show Writer (9 credits)
Show Show Cinematographer (3 credits)
Show Show Editor (2 credits)
Show Show Sound department (1 credit)
Show Show Self (8 credits)

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Personal Quote:

The Iranian government does not have a sense of humor, but they are funny. They think they know everything, even though many in the government are utterly ignorant about what's going on outside of the small rooms where they beat people up.


Was arrested and imprisoned without charge in Iran in 2009, and subsequently made to give a coerced confession in which he stated that American journalists were working as spies in Iran. The Iranian authorities only evidence of this was an interview on The Daily Show (1996) in which Jason Jones pretended to be a spy.

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