Cinema as a celebration of multiculturalism
One of our most important aims this year is to present all the cultures present in Rojava and North and East Syria, which . . .
From soon after the start of the Syrian Civil War, the North East Syrian enclave of Rojava has led a revolution that has radically transformed the social and political structures of the region.
One of our most important aims this year is to present all the cultures present in Rojava and North and East Syria, which until now have always lived together with love and respect, and to celebrate this mosaic that reflects the beauty of our region’s soul.
Short Film Competition: Best Animation, Best Fiction, Best Documentary
Best Feature-length Documentary
Best Feature-length Fiction Film (that celebrates different cultures and peoples)
The 13 November is the date on which the festival starts every year, in memory of the massacre which occurred in Amude, a town in Rojava, where a cinema was burned down in 1960.
Komîna Fîlm A Rojava
Syria, Qamishlo, Komîna Fîlm a ROJAVA
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