Caveh Zahedi

Caveh Zahedi is an autobiographical American independent filmmaker whose feature-length films include The Sheik and I (2012), I Am A Sex Addict (2005), In The Bathtub of the World (2001), I Don’t Hate Las Vegas Anymore (1994), and A Little Stiff (1991).

He is also the writer/director of the BRIC TV series The Show About the Show.

The Show About the Show: Caveh directing his wife and her lover to re-enact their infidelity

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  1. […] Caveh Zahedi also spoke to us in May from New York City where he lives and works. At the time, he was working on the third season of a show he’s been involved with for many years as well as writing a book titled The Autobiography of my Autobiography. His show, produced for BRIC TV is called The Show About the Show. In it Zahedi discusses what happened behind the scenes while making the show and uses that as the basis for the script for each episode. The arc of Zahedi’s career has been rather unusual and his often autobiographical work has evolved dramatically over the years. He believes things happen for a reason and has never been afraid of using his own life and his own pain, examining them closely to create his films. To hear more about the book Zahedi is working on, the evolution of his film making and more, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Caveh Zahedi also spoke to us in May from New York City where he lives and works. At the time, he was working on the third season of a show he’s been involved with for many years as well as writing a book titled The Autobiography of my Autobiography. His show, produced for BRIC TV is called The Show About the Show. In it Zahedi discusses what happened behind the scenes while making the show and uses that as the basis for the script for each episode. The arc of Zahedi’s career has been rather unusual and his often autobiographical work has evolved dramatically over the years. He believes things happen for a reason and has never been afraid of using his own life and his own pain, examining them closely to create his films. To hear more about the book Zahedi is working on, the evolution of his film making and more, listen to the complete interview. […]