350 pages, Mazda Publishers, California, 2008 — In 1925, three Americans traveled to Persia to film the migration of one of the local tribes, creating one of the first documentaries in the process. The respective lives of the trio, filmmakers Merian C. Cooper and Ernest Schoedsack and journalist Marguerite Harrison, were filled with excitement and intrigue, and this book documents it all, leading up to their historic trek over the treacherous mountains of Southern Iran.
علف: داستانهای شگفت و ناگفته
این سوی ذهن، آن سوی مردمک
یازده گفتوگو با سینماگران جهان. ۳۵۰ صفحه. نیلا، تهران، ۱۳۷۸/۱۹۹۹.
آزادی و عشق در سینما
Analysis of three films: Tavahom Bozorg, by Jean Renoir; Namehye yek Zan Nashenas, by Max Opuls; Tristana, by Luis Brunel. 358 pages. 1382 (2003)
The debut feature by Kamshad Kooshan is an exciting story of two children wandering the streets of Los Angeles in search of their kidnapped mother, played by Oscar-nominated actress Shohreh Aghdashloo (House of Sand and Fog).