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Alireza Rabie Moghadam

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Alireza Rabie Moghadam (Persian: علیرضا ریبع مقدم‎, born 22 October 1991 in Arak, Iran) is an Iranian film director, Poster Designer and Editor.

He's an IT and Film Making graduate who has made four short films, one documentary, and two music videos so far. His first short film, Vertigo, entered the Seattle International Film Festival. His second film, The Crypt, was nominated for the best film in the Ager Film Festival and managed to enter the Tehran International Short Film Festival. His fourth short film, Cadillac, was nominated by the audience as the best film in the 100 Film Festival and entered Shiraz Regional Film Festival.

He received the award for the best music video for his work in Shahrzard in the 9th San Francisco Iranian Film Festival (2016). His work was also one of the candidates for the best music video in the 2nd International Film Festival of Shimla (India, 2016) and managed to enter the 40th Atlanta Film Festival. His other music video, Ashoob (meaning Chaos), was one of the candidates in the 11th San Francisco Iranian Film Festival.

In 2019 and after 4 years of constant and careful research, study, and education in the field of virtual reality (VR), Alireza Rabie Moghadam successfully developed Iran's first VR experience called Astigmat, which was showcased in the 36th Tehran International Short Film Festival. Three fully-VR seasons of this show have been produced and published so far.

After 10 years of activity in the Film and Advertisement industry, he founded Studio Alzaymer in 2019 and continued his work in the advertisement industry with more seriousness and enthusiasm.


As a director and screenwriter

  • 2015: Vertigo (Short Film)
  • 2016: Shahrzad (Music Video)
  • 2017: The Crypt (Short Film)
  • 2017: The Snowman : Endless Cycle (Short Film)
  • 2018: Ashoob (Music Video)
  • 2019: Astigmat (Short Film)
  • 2019: Cadillac (Short Film)
  • 2021: Buried Heaven (Documentary)


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