Raha Faridi (born 1980) is an Iranian experimental artist, independent filmmaker, radio producer, music explorer and storyteller who is based in Berlin since 2022. She’s been producing audio-visuals independently as a solo artist since 2000. She has worked on a variety of subjects, including anthropology, music, gender equality, environment, arts, and culture. She has cooperated with BBC-World service to produce radio features on the underground music scene in Iran and, notably, a series on HIV/Aids in Iran. From 2009, she worked on her documentary Chicheka Lullaby about the life and work of South Iranian musician Ebrahim Monsefi. Faridi is a light traveler and expresses her stories with simple and portable equipment. In her interdisciplinary work she processes urban and intellectual themes in a serious yet playful manner.