Filming for the feature film ‘Black Cat’ (Gorbeh Siah), being produced by popular Iranian actor Bahram Radan, has kicked off.
Iranian director Karim Amini started filming ‘Black Cat’ last week, media reports said on Saturday.
The film is written by Ali Asghari, who has written successful scenarios such as ‘The Corridor’, ‘Tsunami’ and ‘Night Shift’.
Morteza Hodaee, the director of photography of the award-winning film ‘Castle of Dreams', is the cinematographer of ‘Black Cat’.
‘Black Cat’ targets a young audience and is set to be screened at Iranian movie theaters next year.
“It all started with a sunset that was no longer bleak,” a synopsis for the film reads.
The film is starring Tarlan Parvaneh, Kia Rokni and Hossein Pourkarimi.
Radan was born in Tehran in 1979. He has appeared in many movies and managed to bag awards for his performances in some of them.