Niv Fichman

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Niv Fichman
Niv Fichman interview with CJSW.JPG
Fichman being interviewed by a reporter with CJSW-FM at the 2008 Calgary International Film Festival opening gala showing of Blindness
Occupation Producer, director

Niv Fichman ((Hebrew: ניב פיכמן‎; Born in 1958 in Tel Aviv) is a Canadian film producer and director.


Some of the films he has produced include Passchendaele, Blindness, Silk, Long Day's Journey into Night, The Red Violin, Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould and Hobo With a Shotgun.[1]


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