Most Expensive Iranian Film Ever
indiewire / Brian Brooks
03-Sep-2009 (one comment)

Based on a 52 hour epic television series that took four years to produce and recently began airing on Iranian television, “Dar Chashme Bad,” production has begun in Los Angeles on a companion feature film, “In The Wind’s Eye.” Following three generations of Iranians from 1920 through 1981, with an overall budget of $12 million, the project will be the longest running and most expensive production in that country’s film industry’s history. It is also the first Iranian production filmed in the US since the revolution in 1979.

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The Cyrus the Great film project finished.