Saghi Ehteshamzadeh (b. 1995, Tehran) is an interdisciplinary Vancouver-based artist whose practice ranges from cinema, editing and video art. Saghi served as the Director of International Affairs at the 13th annual Nahal International Short Film Festival in Tehran and Assistant Manager at E1 Gallery. From 2014 – 2016 she acted as Assistant Editor for Kamyar Minoukadeh, working on projects including the On Lalehzar documentary, Casa Viore, Nestle and UN Events in Tehran. Her short film, In the Circle of The City, won the Diploma of Honor Award at Tehran's 2nd Mobile Film Festival. Saghi directed Haft Khan (The Seven Labors in Farsi), a video documentation on the collaboration process, as part of the exhibition "The Story is the History" for Tehran's Teer Art Festival in 2019. Presently, Saghi is directing a video art series called The Journal, a personal look into the futuristic-nostalgic era we're living in, the first part of which was selected for the Small File Festival in Vancouver. Her other current art project is a multi-disciplinary art show called "A Journey Through Scoliosis," which is now being exhibited at the Penticton Gallery, BC. Saghi has been acting as Gallery Programming Assistant at the Plaskett Gallery in New Westminster and is working as the Social Media and Content Coordinator for Alice Rich. She Saghi holds a Bachelor of Cinema Studies from the Art University of Tehran and is currently enrolled in the Arts and Entertainment Management Program at Capilano University in North Vancouver.