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Publish Date : 13 July 2021 - 22:02
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TEHRAN (IMNA) -- Moscow Kurdish Film Festival will be held in the capital of Russia for the first time. The festival will show films reflecting Kurdish culture and history, as well as modern life of the nation. The festival starts on July 21 and will last until July 25, 2021.
MKFF 2021 is included in the list of international film festivals held in the territory of the Russian Federation for 2021 by the Ministry of Culture the Russian Federation, signed by the Minister of Culture O.B. Lyubimova.
The film “Zare” directed by Amo Beknazarov is rightfully considered the first film about Kurds in the history of world cinema. This silent dramatic film, filmed in 1926 by the “Armenfilm” film studio, tells about the life of the Yezidi Kurds in Transcaucasia and their struggle against the tsarist officials.
The next significant event in Kurdish cinema is the appearance of the legendary actor and director Yilmaz Guney, whom the Kurds call “the father of Kurdish cinematography.” His film “The Road” tells about life struggles of the Kurds in southeastern Turkey. The film won 1982 Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for a Golden Globe.
After the creation of the Kurdish autonomous region in Iraq, Kurdish cinema made a significant breakthrough. Since 2000, films directed by Kurdish filmmakers from all four parts of Kurdistan and the diaspora have been featured in international film festivals and have won prestigious awards. Young Kurdish cinema has become recognizable thanks to the works of famous directors such as Bahman Ghobadi, Jano Rozebiani, Shawkat Amin Korki, Mano Khalil and others.
Moscow Kurdish Film Festival is a historical cultural event for all Kurds of the world. Today, about 70 thousand Kurds live in Russia. The festival contributes to the preservation of national identity, the development of the native language and national culture, as well as to share its historical and cultural heritage with other nations living in Russia.
Kurds are one of the oldest nations of the world, therefore have a rich history and distinctive culture. Their struggle for independence goes back centuries. All of this is reflected in contemporary Kurdish cinema.

TEHRAN (IMNA) -- Moscow Kurdish Film Festival will be held in the capital of Russia for the first time. The festival will show films reflecting Kurdish culture and history, as well as modern life of the nation. The festival starts on July 21 and will last until July 25, 2021.
MKFF 2021 is included in the list of international film festivals held in the territory of the Russian Federation for 2021 by the Ministry of Culture the Russian Federation, signed by the Minister of Culture O.B. Lyubimova.
The film “Zare” directed by Amo Beknazarov is rightfully considered the first film about Kurds in the history of world cinema. This silent dramatic film, filmed in 1926 by the “Armenfilm” film studio, tells about the life of the Yezidi Kurds in Transcaucasia and their struggle against the tsarist officials.
The next significant event in Kurdish cinema is the appearance of the legendary actor and director Yilmaz Guney, whom the Kurds call “the father of Kurdish cinematography.” His film “The Road” tells about life struggles of the Kurds in southeastern Turkey. The film won 1982 Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for a Golden Globe.
After the creation of the Kurdish autonomous region in Iraq, Kurdish cinema made a significant breakthrough. Since 2000, films directed by Kurdish filmmakers from all four parts of Kurdistan and the diaspora have been featured in international film festivals and have won prestigious awards. Young Kurdish cinema has become recognizable thanks to the works of famous directors such as Bahman Ghobadi, Jano Rozebiani, Shawkat Amin Korki, Mano Khalil and others.
Moscow Kurdish Film Festival is a historical cultural event for all Kurds of the world. Today, about 70 thousand Kurds live in Russia. The festival contributes to the preservation of national identity, the development of the native language and national culture, as well as to share its historical and cultural heritage with other nations living in Russia.
Kurds are one of the oldest nations of the world, therefore have a rich history and distinctive culture. Their struggle for independence goes back centuries. All of this is reflected in contemporary Kurdish cinema.

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