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Mohammad-Hossein Latifi withdraws from ‘Pontiac’

Mohammad-Hossein Latifi has withdrawn from ‘Pontiac’ project.

Mohammad-Hossein Latifi has withdrawn from ‘Pontiac’ project.

Produced by Mohammad Neshat, the new movie project was due to be directed by the renowned director.

Born in 1963, Mohammad-Hossein Latifi began his film career as an assistant director in 1985.

Latifi has made some movies such as ‘Speed’ (1996), ‘Sunglasses’ (1999), ‘Iranian Girl’ (2002), ‘Girls' Dormitory’ (2004), ‘The Third Day’ (2006), ‘Forced Blessing’ (2007) and ‘Paris to Paris’ (2010).

In 2000, he was nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the Iran Cinema Celebration Awards for ‘Sunglasses’. ‘The Third Day’ won him a Fajr International Film Festival Crystal Simorgh for Best Director in 2007.

Latifi has also made a number of series, including ‘The Magic Coat’ (1998-1999), ‘Neighbors’ (2000), ‘The Green Journey’ (2001-2002), ‘Great Escape’ (2004), ‘Vafa’ (2006), ‘The Spiritualists’ (2006), ‘Stairway to Heaven’ (2009), ‘Heart of Ice’ (2010-2011), ‘Made in Iran’ (2011), ‘Chimney’ (2013), ‘A Time to Love’ (2013), and ‘Leila's Loneliness’ (2015).