The three-season drama series is about the journey of a female refugee through betrayal and abuse after fleeing from war and corruption.
Jordan-based production house Arab Telemedia Group has started filming the series titled September’s Gold across several locations in Amman.
September’s Gold is one of the first productions that the group started filming for next season. The group recently announced that it will present the Arabic audience with diverse content and context that they have been preparing for almost two years.
Resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, Arab Telemedia has turned this worldwide downfall into an opportunity that birthed a vast range of ideas. Coming up with projects ready to be executed and implemented reflecting the modern world as we see it today, on TV and digital platforms.
September’s Gold – ‘Dahab Ayloul’ portrays the effect of the Covid epidemic on people’s life. It tackles the suffering of human beings in times of asylum to meeting those who blossom love into our lives. The series also exploits the aftermath of the pandemic from financial instability to evil opportunism; like human traffickers who rob refugees of a rightful life.
The script was written under the supervision of producer Talal Al-Awamleh. It presents the dilemma between good and evil, on one hand, and the sacrifice and situation humans have faced during the pandemic, on the other hand.
A group of elite Jordanian and Arab artists will lead the show, which includes Marah Jabr, Ammar Shalak, Akef Najm, Shukran Murtaja, Dana Jabr, Sari Al-Asaad, Elie Chalouhi, Nour Saab, Luna Bishara, Maytham Saleh, Hamed Marzouk, Ali Alyan, Amira Samir, among others. Hammad Al-Zoubi will direct the series as a lead director.
Talal Al-Awamleh, Producer and CEO of Arab Telemedia, said: “The most important success element of television production lies within the ability to capture current events that accompany the major changes that cities and societies are undergoing, which are reflected in the lives of their citizens, and changes in their mentalities and ideologies. This created an important historical opportunity that captures what is current and turns it into an interesting and eventful dramatic story.”