Iran: Seven Faces of a Civilization (2007)

by Farzin Rezaeian

ELAMITE SOLDIER. The Elamites rose to power early in post-Flood history (Gen. 14:1). The Elamites are from the seed of Shem (Gen. 10:22), while the Medes are from the seed of Yaphet (Gen. 10:2 - "Madai"). Circa 600 B.C. these two nations merged to become the people known as the Persians, that ruled the earth for about 300 years.
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IRAN: seven faces of a civilization is an illuminating documentary with a companion book in the style of Persepolis Recreated. This documentary howcases numerous examples of some 7000 years of Iran’s celebrated culture, art and architecture. Drawing on historical and archeological evidence, this fascinating documentary by Dr. Farzin Rezaeian reconstructs 7,000 years of Iranian history. The film’s advance animation techniques bring ancient wonders to life, giving an unprecedented look at Iran’s historical and cultural achievements.

Sponsored by the Center for Near Eastern Studies, UCLA

Farzin Rezaeian is an award-winning documentarian and educational film producer and director. He studied sociology, political science and communications at the University of Illinois in Chicago. For the past twenty years he has researched and written for many educational and documentary films that he has produced or directed. Persepolis Recreated and Seven Faces of a Civilization are his most recent productions.


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