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Massy Tadjedin, Screenwriter
Massy Tadjedin wrote and produced Leo, her first feature, directed by Mehdi Norowzian, starring Joseph Fiennes, Elizabeth Shue, Dennis Hopper, Sam Shepard, and Deborah Unger, released in spring 2004.

Born in Tehran, Iran, in 1976, Tadjedin grew up in Orange County, California, and studied English Literature at Harvard.

Peter Deming, Director of Photography
Peter Deming's recent credits include two collaborations with director David Lynch on the films Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive. For the latter, Deming won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Cinematography. For director Wes Craven, Deming photographed the blockbuster Scream trilogy, and for director Jay Roach he shot two of the three Austin Powers films-International Man of Mystery and Goldmember.

Deming has also shot a number of commercials for various film directors, including David Lynch, George Romero, and the Hughes brothers, as well as award-winning commercials director Baillie Walsh.

In 1982, Peter Deming received a Life Achievement Award Scholarship from the American Film Institute.

This film is rated R for violence, language and brief sexuality/nudity.

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