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
Born ניב פיכמן
1958
Tel Aviv, Israel
Occupation Producer, director

Niv Fichman (Hebrew: ניב פיכמן‎; Born in 1958 in Tel Aviv) is an Israeli Canadian film producer, actor and director.[1]

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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.[2]

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