Life and education
Since 2000 to 2006 Haerinejad was a senior producer at Rodgers TV and since 2006 to 2009 a producer at Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) in Toronto.
In 2005, CBC's Farid Haerinejad made a documentary about Nikahang Kowsar entitled "The Bloggers' War". The film was the winner of Bronze Plaque from Christopher Columbus International Film and Video Festival Ohio.
In summer 2009 he was selected as the new editor-in-chief of Radio Zamaneh and moved from Toronto to Amsterdam.
Human Rights issues has been the main theme of Farid Haerinejad's documentaries. He's autobiographical film "Out in Iran", is about the Iranian gay community, and "Women in Shroud" (made with M. R. Kazemi) pays attention to Iran's women situation and their efforts to have equal rights. The second one was shown at Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival (IDFA) and also at Canadian Parliament and Dutch Embassies in various countries including Iran.
- Farid Haerinejad: "We Are Just Reporting..." (AP / English)
- National Dutch News Network's Interview with farid Haerinejad (NOS / Dutch)
- Zamaneh, Yesterday, Zamaneh, Tomorrow (Payvand News / English - Radio Zamaneh / Persian)
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