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Born and raised in Tehran, Iran, Ramin S. Khanjani is a Canadian film scholar and freelance writer. An
ardent cinephile since his childhood, he received his Master's degree in Film Studies from Carleton
University, Ottawa. Aside from contributing articles and essays to various print and online publications, he
has written and published a monograph on the author director, Ali Hatami (H&S Media, London, 2014). His
writings demonstrate a preoccupation with the history of cinema and seek to investigate the issue of
cinematic form. Recently he has joined the local filmmaking scene in Ottawa and collaborated on a
number of projects. Spectrum is his debut as a writer/director.
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Film (Fantasy and Short) Director, writer, editor, producer Waking up from a delightful dream, a nondescript citizen finds himself irredeemably able to see what is decreed forbidden. Dreading the outcome of this insubordination, he yet finds himself desperately incapable of blocking this unlawful vision...
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A Deep Breath to End
Film (Documentary, Biography and Drama) Producer Soheyla is a whore, thief and addicted woman that believes in God and good faith in mother nature. She wants to quit her job but she can't. She has her own reasons for living in such misery. She wants to provide her experiences to young girls who might end up like her. Written by Anonymous
A Clean Slate
Film (Short and Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew A once promising pop singer struggles to overcome her debilitating stage fright with the help of her two friends.
The Making of... A Story of Indie Filmmaking
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Words Never Said
Film (Short and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew When words are gone, so are relationships.