Iranium is a new documentary that powerfully reports on the many aspects of the threat America and the world now faces from a nuclear Iran. Narrated by Academy Award Nominated and Emmy Award Winning Iranian Actress Shohreh Aghdashloo, the film uses rare footage of Iranian leaders, and interviews with 25 leading politicians, Iranian dissidents, and experts on: Middle East policy, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation.

Interviewees:
James Woolsey – Former Director of Central Intelligence
Frances Townsend – Former Homeland Security Advisor, White House
Rep. Shelley Berkley – D-NV, 1st District
Amb. John Bolton – Former U.S. Ambassador, UN
Mark Dubowitz – Director, Iran Energy Project
Rep. Eliot Engel – D-NY, 17th District
Amir Fakhravar – President, Iranian Freedom Institute
Frank Gaffney – President, Center for Security Policy
Reuel Marc Gerecht – Former Middle East Specialist, CIA
Amb. Dore Gold – Former Israeli Ambassador, UN
Reza Kahlili – Former CIA Spy; Member, Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps
Anne Korin – Co-Director, Inst. for the Analysis of Global Security
Senator Jon Kyl – R-AZ, Senate Minority Whip
Michael Ledeen – Author, The Iranian Time Bomb
Bernard Lewis – Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton Univ.
Clare Lopez – Former CIA Officer; Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy
Clifford May – President, Foundation for Defense of Democracies
Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney (Ret.) – U.S. Air Force
Chet Nagle – Author, Iran Covenant
Walid Phares – Author, The Coming Revolution
Arnold Resnicoff – Former Officer and Chaplain, U.S. Military
Harold Rhode – Former Foreign Affairs Specialist, Pentagon
Mohsen Sazegara – Founding Member, Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps
Henry Sokolski – Executive Director, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center
Kenneth Timmerman – Executive Director, Foundation for Democracy in Iran
Manda Zand-Ervin – President, Alliance of Iranian Women

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