Nazanin is an independent documentary filmmaker and educator born and raised in Iran. She moved to the US in 2015 to pursue her MA in Social Justice and Equity in Education and Documentary filmmaking at San Francisco State University. She found storytelling as a therapeutical way of healing traumas. Her burning desire for social change inspired her to develop projects disclosing underrepresented communities' issues, focused on women and children's rights. Nazanin promotes stories that inform, inspire, and provoke conversations. Her last short documentary as a producer was The Color of Memories, about disability, immigration, and music. She, as a producer, has been working on a feature documentary investigating the untold mysteries behind the excessive collection of finest modern and pop Western art masterpieces in the vault of Tehran Museum of Contompery Art. Her directorial debut projects the endeavor of two Middle-Eastern artists in the Bay Area, creating a cutting-edge nude photography project embracing different body images.
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