We are currently raising funds to finish the Research and Development section of the new documentary, My Lost Iran.
This is a heartfelt story of love, hope and family survival amidst the turbulence of revolution, war and exodus, this feature documentary tells the story of Dr. Saeed Rabanzadeh, a rabbi’s son, who rose to the level of Brigadier General in the Iranian Royal Army during the 1970s. Though he continued his service and survived the post Islamic Revolution mass executions of military leaders, ultimately, he felt forced to leave his beloved country. In his final years in Iran, Dr. Rabanzadeh saved hundreds of Iranians on numerous occasions as the head of the army’s public health and food supply for soldiers. Immigrating with his family to the US, he overcame the challenges of adapting to a new culture and language, and a new profession.