Sherzad, a former electrical engineer from Kurdistan, tries his best to lead a normal life in Canada, his adopted country.
A poor crowded Kurdish family arrives from Batman to Ankara to work on the fields every year.
12-year-old Dyab is a Kurdish Yazidi boy living at Arbat refuge camp, after the horrendous attacks by the Islamic States on their villages at Shingal Mountai
Straneke Havînê (“A Summer Song”) potrays a day in the family of a seasonal field worker who leaves in the summer months his hometown Urfa to work in the Göl
Mustafa and Baran are two brothers living at the border of Syria. Mustafa who was scared a lot of
Farewell Analog is set in 1990's in Bayandare, a Kurdish village in the mountains of Iran, close to the border with Iraq.
It is a love relationship between SEVE a young Izidi girl and MIZGEEN a young Izidi boy.
Is the past destroyed? A man with a memory loss disease (Alzheimer), makes us think about it.
My parents, a wealthy Swiss retired couple, are hosting in their house for an indefinite period a Kurdish family who has fled the Syrian war.
Mr. Apple was still haunted by the chemical attacks that claimed the lives of his family in 1988.
Ardeshir Suffers from lung cancer and has only six months to live.
One father after death of his wife travel to Turkey to live with his children,But something from old time is calling him to roving
Finding My Legs is about the past and the present of an extraordinary man whose young life takes in the worst horrors of Iraq and the best sides of the lie i
The 12-year-old Djudi had to flee with his family from civil war in Syria.
Kavar is the shared name of a cluster of Kurdish villages in the east of Turkey.
AZAD’s brother PESHAWA is lost for several years after
For the inmates of the multinational residential centre somewhere in Europe, the circular, black comedy that is the cross-frontier migrant’s life ‘within the
About the movie:Actors from different nationality are acting in the film like (Kurdish, Arabic, German).Speeches are in three languages (English, Kurdish, Ar
Saeed, a Kurdish emigrant lives in london, feels guilty for the drowning of his wife and small daughter, every time he sees or hears water, he wish he was de
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