1. Nima Sarvestani, Director

    Nima Sarvestani started his career as a journalist in Iran and has been concentrating on documentary filmmaking since moving to Sweden in 1984. Focusing on social and political issues, he is inspired by those who fight passionately for their cause. He directed Dead Man’s Guest (2003), Naked and Wind (2002), Many Years Later (1999), and The Evil Cycle (1998), Iranian Kidney Bargain Sale (2006), and On the Border of Desperation (2008). I Was Worth 50 Sheep is his latest production.

  2. Maryam Ebrahimi, Producer

    Maryam Ebrahimi was born in Tehran 1976. She lives and works in Sweden. She studied art, art theory, and art in the public realm. She has produced a number of videos with political and social themes, especially focusing on the Middle East and women's issues. I Was Worth 50 Sheep is her first documentary production.