Bahram Dehghani Also Known as Bahram Dehghan is an Iranian film editor. He graduated from USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles, he edited more than 70 movies and won Five Crystal Simorgh from Fajr International Film Festival for gharche sami, Asemane zarde kam omgh, Abad va Yek Rooz, Cold Sweat and Just 6.5 High school diploma from Pahlavi University High School, Shiraz, 1973. Associate degree in Film Production in the field of Editing from School of cinema & Television, Tehran, 1975; the studies were continued in the field of cinema at the Faculty of South California, Los Angeles, United States of America, 1977 to 1980. Honorary Doctorate Degree from Ministry of Islamic Culture and Enlightenment, 2007. Tadvin,Abas Ganjavi Documentary movie Ganj Gomshode Khate Payan Shabahe kajdom Paeezan Parandeye Koochake Khoshbakhti Setare va Almas Ta ghoroub Tamame Vasvasehaye Zamin Boradehaye Khorshid kalagh Nakhle bisar Khorshide Kavir Bagh Dashtha Sal Tahvil Khane Sefid ast Se Hadese Darsi Baraye Farda Pendar Afghani Manteghe Motlaghe yek Etefagh Ravayate Shetabzade Naghashi Dandane Abi Marge Tadrijie yek Roya Sarzamine Kohan Teaching at the Iran Broadcasting University 1975–1977 as an Assistant Professor Beginning of independent teaching in the field of film editing from 1977 at the School of Cinema and Television Since 1985 till present: Teaching at the Faculty of Radio and Television/Faculty of Cinema Theatre/ Soureh Faculty and Privates Educational Institutes Translation of story book titled "3rd Type Close Clash"/1983 Translation of story book titled "Network"/ 1984 Translation of Scenario of the film Passenger, Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni/1995 Gathering the 9-part collection of introduction to World's Cinema in the occasion of centenary celebration of Cinema Translation of a book titled "In a Blink of An Eye", written by Walter Murch /2000 Member of the Founder's Board of Iranian Film Editors Society in 1991 Member of the Board of Directors of Iranian Film Editors Society since 1991 till 2003 Member of the Board of Directors of Khane Cinema since 1998 till 2004 Juror of the Youth Cinema Festival Juror of Khane Cinema in conferring awards to the winners Member of the board of Directors of Iranian Film Editors Society Since 2007 till present Winner of Award for the Best Film Editing in 2000 from Khane Cinema for Motevalede Mahe Mehr Winner of Award for the Best Film Editing in 2001 from Khane Cinema for Bachehaye Naft Winner of Crystal Simorgh for the Best Film Editing in 2001 from 20th Fajr International Film Festival for Gharche Sami Winner of Award for the Best Film Editing in 2000 from Iranian Society of Cinema Instructors for Motevalede Mahe Mehr Winner of Award for the Best Film Editing in 2002 from the 9th Holy Defence Film Festival for Gharche Sami Winner of Award for the Best Film Editing in 2001 from Faculty of Cinema and Theatre for Gharche Sami Winner of Award for the Best Film Editing in 2004 from Khane Cinema for Mazra'eye Pedari Film Critic Award for Best Achievement in Editing For So Close, So Far in 2005 Film Critic Award for Best Achievement in Editing For Otobuse Shab in 2007 Winner of Crystal Simorgh for the Best Film Editing in 2013 from 31st Fajr International Film Festival for Asemane Zarde Kam Omgh Film Critic Award for Best Achievement in Editing For Asemane Zarde Kam Omgh in 2013 Film Critic Award for Best Achievement in Editing For Man Diego Maradona Hastam in 2015 Winner of Crystal Simorgh for the Best Film Editing in 2016 from 34th Fajr International Film Festival for Abad va Yek Rooz Winner of Crystal Simorgh for the Best Film Editing in 2018 from 36th Fajr International Film Festival for Cold Sweat Winner of Crystal Simorgh for the Best Film Editing in 2019 from 37th Fajr International Film Festival for Just 6.5
Vaneta Becker is an American politician who serves as a Republican Senator in the Indiana Senate representing portions of Vanderburgh and Warrick County in the southern part of the state. She sits on the Health and Provider Services Committee and chairs its Public Health Subcommittee having moved on from the Chairmanship of the Provider Services Subcommittee, she is the ranking member of the standing committee on Commerce, Public Policy and Interstate Cooperation. Becker graduated from North High School in Evansville and received her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Southern Indiana, she has been a real estate broker in Southwestern Indiana since 1975. Her husband, Andy Guarino, was a principal with Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation, he retired in 2013. Becker was first elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 1981 and served until 2005, she replaced Greg Server, elevated to the Indiana Senate. She sits on numerous Interim Study Committees: the Evansville State Hospital Advisory Committee, Indiana Commission on Excellence in Health Care and Child Care Issues Evaluation Committee, Health Finance Commission, Indiana Commission for Women, the Prescription Drug Advisory Committee.
When Server was named to the Mitch Daniels administration, Becker was elected by a party caucus to replace him. Suzanne Crouch replaced her in the House; when not in Indianapolis directly serving in the General Assembly, Senator Becker sits on the Board of Directors for the ARK Crisis Prevention Nursery and is involved with the Leadership Evansville Alumni. She is a Co-Chair on the Advisory Board of the Office of Women's Health through the Indiana State Department of Health. Vaneta is a member of the American Heart Association and the United Methodist Church. In December 2011, Becker made headlines when she proposed legislation that set standards for the performance of the national anthem, including a fine of $25 to be levied against any individual that makes deliberate changes to the song