Neda Armian

Neda Armian recently produced Rachel Getting Married, written by Jenny Lumet and directed by Jonathan Demme.  The film premiered at the Venice and Toronto film festivals and is nominated for an Independent Spirit Award.  She produced the feature length documentary on President Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Carter Man From Plains, for Participant Productions, which premiered at the Venice and Toronto film festivals in 2007.  She served as Executive Producer on Right to Return: New Home Movies from the Lower 9th Ward , which premiered on PBS’ The Tavis Smiley Show in May 2007.

She produced, through her production company, Armian Pictures, The Situation, directed by Philip Haas starring Connie Nielsen and Damian Lewis.  She also completed work as producer on the innovative cross-cultural documentary Time Piece and produced the Emmy Award nominated and 2005 Peabody award winning documentary Beah: A Black Woman Speaks for HBO.  Directed by Lisa Gay Hamilton, Beah won Best Documentary at the American Film Institute Festival, and the Audience award at both the Austin and Miami Film Festivals.  In 2002 she produced for Universal Pictures, The Truth About Charlie, shot on location in Paris by Jonathan Demme and starring Mark Wahlberg, Thandie Newton and Tim Robbins.

She is currently working as Executive Producer on the forthcoming documentary Give Up Tomorrow directed by Michael Collins and Marty Syjuco.  The film was part of the Tribeca All Access program in 2008 and recently received a grant from Sundance.  In addition to multiple original projects through Armian Pictures, she is developing an adaptation of Elizabeth McCracken’s critically acclaimed The Giant’s House.

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