Iranium – A timely & powerful documentary presenting the danger posed to the free world by a nuclear Iran.

Iranium Successes

Distributed by Comcast Video On Demand, Netflix and Hulu Internet TV

Screening on Capitol Hill

More than 75 TV and radio interviews including BBC, FOX News, Newsmax and The Hill

3 million people watched Iranium on Fox News’ primetime special

About the Film

A New Documentary about the Iranian Nuclear Threat and the Ideology Fueling The Regime
"A Phenomenal Film...
A Must-See Documentry"
Sean Hannity, Fox News

Iran’s nuclear program threatens international stability. However, successive American administrations - Republican and Democratic alike - have misread the intentions and actions of the Iranian regime.

Narrated by Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning Iranian actress Shohreh Aghdashloo, Iranium (2011) confronts the threat of a nuclear Iran, exposing rarely-seen footage of Iranian leaders and interviews with 25 leading politicians, Iranian dissidents and experts on Middle East policy, terrorism and nuclear proliferation.

The Filmmakers

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Raphael Shore

Raphael Shore is an accomplished filmmaker and the founder of Clarion Fund, a non-profit organization that produces documentary films on national security threats. Shore’s previous films include the award-winning documentary Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West, and The Third Jihad: Radical Islam’s Vision for America. He has been featured on CNN, The New York Times, and other leading media organizations.
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Alex Traiman

Alex Traiman is a professional journalist, writer, public speaker and former radio personality covering breaking events and analysis in the Middle East. He has worked as a media, marketing, and public relations specialist.
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Micah Smith

Micah Smith is an award winning filmmaker producing short films, educational films, documentaries, and promotional videos. His films have screened in over 40 film festivals on 5 continents. Smith graduated from the Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at New York University’s Tisch School of Arts.
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Shohreh Aghdashloo

Emmy Award-winner, Shohreh Aghdashloo, is the first Iranian actress to be nominated for an Academy Award, for her role in House of Sand and Fog. Aghdashloo, who recently starred in the film The Stoning of Soraya M, was born in Tehran, where at age 20, she achieved national stardom. During the 1978 Islamic revolution, Aghdashloo left Iran for England, and has since moved to Los Angeles, where she continues her successful acting career.


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