Taha Karimi (born 1976, Iranian Kurdistan) is an award-winning director. He was studying for a master’s in art research, when he was killed in a tragic car accident in Iraqi Kurdistan on 29 May 2013.

Accolades

Taha Karimi
Best Documentary Film, 2014

1001 Apples (Hezar-o yek Siv)

Best Documentary Film, 2014

1001 Apples (Hezar-o yek Siv)

Winner, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2014 In 1988, the Iraqi Ba’ath party murdered and buried 182,000 Kurds in 350 mass graves in a genocide known…

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Films

1001 Apples
2014

1001 Apples (Hezar-o yek Siv)

Iraq
2014

1001 Apples (Hezar-o yek Siv)

Winner, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2014 In 1988, the Iraqi Ba’ath party murdered and buried 182,000 Kurds in 350 mass graves in a genocide known…

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