Caveh Zahedi is an Iranian-American autobiographical 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 and the daily autobiographical podcast 365 Stories I Want To Tell You Before We Both Die.
Directed by Caveh Zahedi • 1991 • USA
A Little Stiff is a minimalist comedy based on true events and re-enacted by the actual participants. Caveh Zahedi plays himself as a neurotic film student who develops a crush on art student Erin McKim after a brief encounter in an elevator.
Directed by Caveh Zahedi • 1994 • USA
I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore is a documentary about a filmmaker who takes a road trip to Las Vegas with his father and half-brother in an attempt to prove the existence of God. He posits that if God exists, and if God is indeed omniscient, omnipotent and om...
Directed by Caveh Zahedi • 2006 • USA
On the eve of his third marriage, Caveh tells the story of how his attraction to prostitutes and his compulsive honesty combined to destroy each of his past relationships.
Directed by Caveh Zahedi • 2012 • USA
Commissioned by a Middle Eastern Biennial to make a film on the theme of "art as a subversive act," independent filmmaker Caveh Zahedi goes overboard. Told that he can do whatever he wants except make fun of the Sheik (who rules the country and finances the B...