Mary Apick (Persian: مری آپیک; born 1954 in Tehran) is an Iranian-Armenian Stage, Television and Film actress. She won the award for Best Actress at the 10th Moscow International Film Festival for her role in the 1977 film Dead End.
Movies & TV shows
A little girl is selling flowers - until her world is enveloped by malevolent darkness. She is forced to run for her life as the world around her is destroyed. This is a parable about life in Iran sin...
A socially awkward woman with a penchant for arts and crafts, horses, and supernatural crime shows finds her increasingly lucid dreams trickle into her waking life.
A young American real estate agent of Middle Eastern descent is framed by his co-workers in the wake of the September 11 attacks and sent to prison at Guantanamo Bay. Thirteen years later, he returns ...
Cries of the Unborn
When three young, pregnant women are held against their will, a jury must decide how far they will go to save a life.
Price for Freedom
“Price For Freedom” is based on the book written in 2013 by prominent NYC dental implant surgeon Dr. Marc Benhuri. It is a chilling account of how members of his family were terrorized, tortured, a...
Razor's Edge: The Legacy of Iranian Actresses
An examination of the work and lives of actresses in the Iranian film industry prior to the 1979 revolution, featuring numerous interviews and rare film clips.
Monday Nights at Seven
Monday Nights At Seven is a love story about a single father, Lazo Saroby, who is struggling unsuccessfully to let go of his past. Then he meets Isabel, a young woman who is also facing the consequenc...
An Iranian mother must decide whether to end or spare the life of her son's killer.
Rita and Dana Lund went on a camping trip to save their marriage. They meet a man at a campsite who befriends their son. Dana doesn't know that he's a brutal psychopath when he asks him to tag along w...
An Iranian assassin is sent to the United States to kill a former Iranian official who served under the Shah of Iran. The night before the assassination he find out that his target (Mr. Tabataie) has ...
The Right Stuff
A chronicle of the original Mercury astronauts in the formation of America's space program: Alan Shepherd, the first American in space; Gus Grissom, the benighted astronaut for whom nothing works out ...
A young woman is living with her mother at the end of a dead-end street. The young woman notices that a man standing in the street stares into her room every day. After a while, she gets used to his p...
The Ghost Valley's Treasure Mysteries
A satirical comedy about a poor farmer who, while plowing his field, accidentally uncovers an ancient burial chamber loaded with gold artifacts. Realizing that the trove would somehow liberate him fro...
Dash Akol is an honorable man who has lost his family's money due to helping his friends. He has an enemy who is also a mean person. Dash Akol, who is in his forties, is in love with Marjan, daughter ...