Directed by Karim Amini, written by Ali Asghari, and produced by Bahram Radan, the movie will compete at the feature film section of the 7th GbeckFF.
“It all started with a sunset that was no longer bleak,” a synopsis of ‘The Black Cat’.
It shows some young people who are entangled with social media. Attempting to make their wishes come true in short time, they make some troubles for a TV host.
The film is starring Radan, Alireza Ostadi, Reza Yazdani, Ahmad Kavari, Payam Ahmadinia, Behrouz Qaderi, Setayesh Rajaeenia, Ehsan Karami, Ali Owji, Tarlan Parvaneh, Kia Rokni, Bahareh Kian-Afshar, and Hossein Pourkarimi.
It has been screened at some global events, including the Dhaka International Film Festival in Bangladesh as well as the Warsaw Film Festival in Poland, and will soon compete at the Sofia International Film Festival in Bulgaria.
According to the GbeckFF website, “It is a competition of original films created by filmmakers from around the world, designed to discover and support young filmmakers.
The short list for the festival will be released in February 2021, and the winners will be announced in April.