The Dark Wind
2016

The Dark Wind (Reşeba)

Iraq, Germany, Qatar
2016

The Dark Wind (Reşeba)

Winner, Cultural Diversity Award Under the Patronage of UNESCO, 2016 Shortly after the engagement of Reko and Pero, a young Yazidi couple living in the…

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A Flag Without a Country
2015

A Flag Without a Country

Iraq
2015

A Flag Without a Country

In the city of Erbil, in an area under constant threat from ISIS, two incredible individuals make extraordinary attempts to support their homeland in a…

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Memories on Stone
2014

Memories on Stone (Biraninen li ser keviri)

Iraq, Germany
2014

Memories on Stone (Biraninen li ser keviri)

Winner, Cultural Diversity Award Under the Patronage of UNESCO, 2014 In post-Saddam Iraq, childhood friends Hussein and Alan decide to produce a film about the…

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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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In My Mother’s Arms
2012

In My Mother’s Arms

Iraq, United Kingdom, Netherlands
2012

In My Mother’s Arms

Winner, Best Documentary Film Feature, 2012 Husham works tirelessly to build the hopes, dreams and prospects of 32 damaged orphans of war under his care…

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Crossing the Dust
2007

Crossing the Dust (Parinawa La Ghobar)

Iraq
2007

Crossing the Dust (Parinawa La Ghobar)

Kurdish childhood friends Hussein (37) and Alan (40) direct and produce a film about the genocide of Kurdish people in Iraq, the Anfal campaign in…

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