Catalog No.: FTF-069 | 
Director: CAVEH ZAHEDI| 
Length: 99 Minutes


In Theaters: March 2017

Presented by BRIC and Factory 25














Independent Filmmaker Caveh Zahedi is trying to make a television show. He persuades BRIC TV, a Brooklyn non-profit Arts organization, to finance a television show whose premise is that every episode will be about the making of the previous episode. In the process of creating the show, everything can—and does—go wrong. The cast, a who’s who of Brooklyn’s independent filmmaking community, includes Alex Karpovsky, Eleonore Hendricks, Dustin Defa, and Onur Tukel. 

Caveh Zahedi – Writer, Producer, Director, Editor
Executive Producer – Aziz Isham
Cinematographer – Jason Banker

Featuring: Caveh Zahedi, Alex Karpovsky, Amanda Field, Dustin Guy Defa, Eleonore Hendricks, Onur Tukel, Sam Stillman, Terence Nance, Adam Schartoff, Alex Kaufman,  Andrew Mer, Arnold Barkus, Asher Ireland, Ashley Foy, Beckett Zahedi, Betsy Aidem, Caz Gendville-Church, Cecilia Rubino, Dana Eskelson, Elena McGhee, Eric Kohn, Francesca Kaiser, Genaro Brooks-Church, Godfrey Cheshire, Jaime Hook, Jason Banker, Jay Rosenblatt, Jazmin Jones, Jess Bajoros, Jorge Torres Torres, Ken Selden, Kentucker Audley, Loretta Gendville, Marco Williams, Mareike Peschle, Matt Grady, McKenzie Wark, Patrick Miller, Peter Rinaldi, Ralph Dickinson, Ruqayyah Albaari, Saomi Gendville-Church, Scarlett Zahedi, Stefan Melichar, Stephen Gurewitz, Steve Ausbury, Thomas Logoreci, Val Vinokur, Yeelen Cohen, and Zap Gendville-Church 

A BricTV Production


"Holy shit…This is groundbreaking and scary as fuck."
– Jay Duplass, Director of Togetherness, Cyrus and The Puffy Chair

– Rick Alverson, Director of Entertainment and The Comedy

"The Show About the Show has more to say, and teach, about business, family, marriage, art, fear, bureaucracy and political correctness than anything I’ve seen in ages."
Joe Swanberg, director of Easy and Drinking Buddies 

"Caveh is his own genre, and in his own mystical league--he's not the only filmmaker out there who thinks that navel-gazing solipsism will produce great art, but he's the only one who's right. The Show About the Show is riveting and hilarious and I hope he keeps doing it forever."

–Andrew Bujalski, director of Funny Ha Ha, Computer Chess and Results

"Better than Star Wars"
Bill Morrison, director of Decasia and The Great Flood

 "I could not recommend this show any higher."
- Azazel Jacobs, director of Doll and Em, Terri and Moma's Man

"A delightful mixture of improv comedy and self-reflexive storytelling unlike anything else out there."
- Eric Kohn, IndieWire

In Theaters 

March 17th-23rd, 2017
New York, NY
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April 11th, 2017
Alamo Drafthouse 
Brooklyn, NY 
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April 25th
The Public Theater
Knoxville, TN
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May 19th
Roxie Theater
San Francisco, CA
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