Learn about my latest film screenings and creative activities here.

Contact me for projects and collaborations: shirin.raban@icloud.com

October 15, 2023
The Sephardic Heritage Alliance
"Between the Shells" Film Screening and Q&A 
at Temple Israel of Great Neck, NY
March 5, 2023
Iranian Jewish Women's Organization
Honors Shirin Raban and three other women, Mayor Lili Bosse of Beverly Hills, Dr. Homa Mahmoudi and Shideh Bina
November 22, 2022
Interview with Shirin Raban at Voyage LA
about her Life & Work
June 28, 2022
Public Screening of the film Between the Shells
Directed and Produced by Shirin Raban
April 20, 2022
Sadaf 40th Anniversary Commercial
Director: Shirin Raban, Producer: Pavan King Ojha
Cinematographer: Hemant Verma
Director: Shirin Raban
Producer: Pavan Ojha
Cinematographer: Hemant Verma
Actors:​ Giacomo Girardi, Ghazal Berokhim, Faraz Berookhim, Shaghayegh Ettehadian & Ameera Nasser
Voice-Over Artist: Phil Schoen
​Sound Mixer: Karl Gottschalk
1st AC: ​​​​​​​Nathan Davis
PA: Ethan Rund
Shirin Raban's film, Kings and I was Official Selection at the
Farhang Foundation Short Film Festival 

July 9, 2021
Interview with Shirin Raban at Shout Out LA
about her creative career
Love Songs to My Brain
Book Cover design: Shirin Raban
Author: David Orenstein
This is an unconventional memoir told in poetry, dramatic dialogue, and clinical reports that present the author’s journey as a seventeen-year-old suburban California boy who, on the brink of graduation from high school is diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. ​​​​​​​

August 2, 2017
Illustration by Shirin Raban for the Jewish Journal Article called,
Khastegari: The Persian-Jewish version of meet the parents
February, 2016
VAPAE: The Making of a Teaching Artist  (6 min)​​​​​​
Director/Editor: Shirin Raban
Cinematographers: Robert Raad + Shirin Raban
Promotional short film for the The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture’s Visual and Performing Arts Education Program (VAPAE) fosters the creative and intellectual growth
of UCLA Arts students while providing much needed arts education curricula to children in underserved communities.
A key tenant of the VAPAE program is to offer students experiential opportunities to develop into qualified teaching artists and introduces them to a range of possible careers in the arts.
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