Reza Abdoh – Theatre Visionary (Doco)

image_0_1414740905This is a documentary about the late theatre director, Reza Abdoh.

The Iranian-born American artist was known for his large productions and the impact he had on the industry in the early 90s.

He died in 1995 at the age of 32. This documentary explores his life with over 46 interviews.

I am personally not interested in this kind of outlandish theatre, but judging by the six minute promo it looks to be a fantastically produced doco. The lighting and sound looks perfect in the interviews.

5998b9c9895a015e5341ace0b61837ad_largeThe film maker, Adam Soch, is currently looking to raise $35,000 via Kickstarter to complete the post production and DVD release. The money needs to be raised by November 30, and is currently up to $12,000.

If you’re into theatre, I suspect you have heard of Reza Abdoh and understand the effect he had on the industry.

If the rest of the production gets funded, keep an eye out for it in Spring 2015!


About NZ Film Freak

I am a journalism graduate (2014) from New Zealand. Currently working in marketing, and writing fiction in my spare time. I love to write about movies on this blog when I can. I also do paid reviews and voiceovers via Fiverr (nzfilmfreak).
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2 Responses to Reza Abdoh – Theatre Visionary (Doco)

  1. Adam says:

    Thank You Jodi. I appreciate your comments.

  2. Pingback: Sayonara, 2014! | NZ Film Freak

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