Amir Chamdin

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Amir Juan Chamdin, born 4 June 1974, is a Swedish director and rapper. He was brought up at Södermalm. His father is Syriac Christian[1] and his mother is Finnish.[2]

Chamdin has been one of the front figures in the Swedish hip hop group Infinite Mass since their formation in 1991; but nowadays, he is more focused on his work as a director and has directed feature films, commercials and music videos. He and Martina Stöhr own a production company called CHAMDIN&STÖHR FILM.[3] His feature film debut was God Willing 2006, starring himself and Nina Persson.[4] His second and latest film was the 2010 film Cornelis about the life of the late Swedish music legend Cornelis Vreeswijk.[5][6]

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  2. ^ TEMA SF MUSIKUNDRET Sheriffi (Swedish)
  3. ^ [1], Chamdin & Stöhr produktionsbolag - Official website.
  4. ^ [2], God Willing (Om Gud Vill) on the Swedish Film Database.
  5. ^ [3], Cornelis on the Swedish Film Database
  6. ^ [4], STIM interviews Amir Chamdin.