Biography

Ramin Bahrani is an American director and screenwriter. Film critic Roger Ebert listed Bahrani's film Chop Shop as the 6th best film of the decade and hailed Bahrani as "the director of the decade."  Bahrani was the recipient of the prestigious 2009 Guggenheim Fellowship, and was the subject of several international retrospectives including the MoMA in New York City, Harvard University, and the La Rochelle Film Festival in France.

Ramin Bahrani is an American director and screenwriter. Film critic Roger Ebert listed Bahrani's film Chop Shop as the 6th best film of the decade and hailed Bahrani as "the director of the decade."  Bahrani was the recipient of the prestigious 2009 Guggenheim Fellowship, and was the subject of several international retrospectives including the MoMA in New York City, Harvard University, and the La Rochelle Film Festival in France.

Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Male

Known Credits 15

Birthday 1975-03-20

Place of Birth North Carolina, USA

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

The White Tiger Screenplay
2018 Fahrenheit 451 Screenplay
2014 99 Homes Story Writer
2012 At Any Price Screenplay
2009 Plastic Bag Story Screenplay
2009 Goodbye Solo Screenplay
2007 Chop Shop Writer
2006 Man Push Cart Screenplay

Directing

The White Tiger Director
2019 Treadstone (1 episode)Director
2018 Blood Kin Director
2018 Fahrenheit 451 Director
2014 99 Homes Director
2014 Lemonade War Director
2012 At Any Price Director
2010 Future States (1 episode)Director
2009 Plastic Bag Director
2009 Goodbye Solo Director
2007 Chop Shop Director
2006 Man Push Cart Director
2005 Dogs Director

Production

2019 Treadstone (4 episodes)Executive Producer
2018 Sócrates Producer
2018 Fahrenheit 451 Executive Producer
2014 99 Homes Producer
2009 Goodbye Solo Producer
2006 Man Push Cart Producer

Editing

2014 99 Homes Editor
2009 Goodbye Solo Editor
2007 Chop Shop Editor
2006 Man Push Cart Editor

Acting

2014 Life Itself

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