Tenaz Dubash is a New York-based filmmaker who wrote, narrated, and produced "In the Footsteps of Our Forefathers," a documentary about 35 young Zoroastrians from North America as they travel through Iran, the birthplace of the religion. One of her more-recent works focuses again on Zoroastrians, this time delving into the conversion/inclusion debate that has been raging in the community for decades. It's called "Crisis In Faith: Zoroastrians Today."
In 2004, she interviewed me as part of that project. It was a fascinating experience.
Visit her homepage to learn more about her and to see the trailer to her latest work. (Yes, that is a picture of me, my husband, and our youngest daughter there. It's a still from the documentary.)