Kurdish

Freedom fighter flies solo in eloquent anti-war drama.
Amongst the fascinations to be found in the study of film history are the trends of similar themes popping up in movies all over the world in brief clusters of time. Be they the sword ’n’ sandal epics of the 1950s or Hollywood’s recent insistence...
Shot in an active war zone with non-professional actors, Turtles Can Fly, is a remarkable achievement. Ghobadi captures strong and courageous performances from what is primarily a cast of children, in cinema verité style. Soran Ebrahim's...
A remarkable, realistic experience.
On the mountainous border between Iran and Iraq, the stateless Kurdish people struggle to survive. This film focuses attention on children, especially on Ayoub and Ameneh, aged about 12 and 10 respectively, who look after their brother, Madi, who...
A heartbreaking story of loss and forgiveness.
ARAB FILM FESTIVAL: Baghdad-born, English-educated filmmaker Mohamed Al-Daradji's Son of Babylon is a deeply moving, harrowing story of a boy’s quest to find his long-missing father just after the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime in 2003. It’s...
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