New series project ‘Warm Dust’ is scheduled to go on air on Iran TV.
IRIB is slated to broadcast the series directed by Javad Ershad-Sarabi from tonight.
Written by Samaneh Namdar, the social drama which was shot in various historical cities in Iran’s Kerman province will be aired in 30-40-minute episodes.
According to producer Fariba Tavakkoli, the series is themed on national identity and cultural heritage with a focus on presenting a unique portrayal of Kerman's ancient cities.
The plot begins when a man named Boroumand and his wife Homa are invited to oversee an archaeological site. In this path, they discover a highly sensitive and strategic area from a historical perspective, leading them into an adventure.
The series’ talented cast includes Behzad Farahani, Danial Hakimi, Fereshteh Sarabandi, Shahrouz Ebrahimi, Reza Tavakkoli, Rahman Baqerian, Masoumeh Aghajani, and Bahram Ebrahimi.