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Kurdistan-Kurdistan

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Kurdistan-Kurdistan

Delil Dilanar, one of the greatest singer in Kurdistan 
The 90s he was forced to leave his homeland and exile in Europe. After 20 years of exile there during a concert in New York he announced his return to the roots. Once in Kurdistan he falls into a deep loneliness, he tries to get out of this state with his master musician who came to join him in the village. His master will transmit its last secret to extinguish the zenith of Dengbej (traditional singer)

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01:37:37
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Directors: BULENT GUNDUZ

Writers: BULENT GUNDUZ

Producers: BULENT GUNDUZ

Key cast: DELIL DILANAR/EGIDE CIMO

 

Director: GUNDUZ BULENT

Bulent GUNDUZ Karayazi born in 1979 (Kuirdistan Turkey) 
A graduate of the University Kahraman Maras as an engineer in public works, he quickly interested in the world of media and film industry through his first job in a local radio in Bursa. 
He studied film and journalism at Istanbul and became a journalist for the national chain 6 for two years. 
For political reasons he left his country and settled in Paris in 2001 
In 2007, he published a book critical media (Generallerin Mikrofonlu Erleri ve Kurtler.) 
In 2010 he directed his first documentary for which he has had numerous international awards, including 'jury prize' price and 'Best Director' at the New York International Independent Film Festival 
Since 20011 he wrote articles for a Kurdish newspaper published in Europe 
In 2013 he directed his second documentary titled 'Roboski Mon Amour' on the drama caused death of 34 people including 19 children following the Turkish fighter jet bombing in south-eastern Turkey (Sirnak town, village Roboski) 
In 2015 he directed his first feature film titled Kurdistan-Kurdistan, speaks of exile and return to the roots of a Kurdish musician and legendary reunion with his master musician, his family and re stripping his homeland. Filmmaker engaged, he prepares to shoot in 2016 his second feature film on the Armenian Genocide (based on a true story.)

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