Tag Archives: Iraqi Kurdistan

I Want to Live: Documentary Film on Kurdish Refugees from Rojava in Kurdistan

Here are some still from my documentary feature film on the life of Shndar;  A Kurdish refugees from Rojava in West Kurdistan (Syrian Kurdistan) now living in South Kurdistan in a camp. He fled the the recent ISIS attacks upon … Continue reading

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Halabja Documentary: Nasrin’s Story

I’m currently working on a documentary with John Simpson for the BBC on the 25th anniversary of the chemical attack of Halabja in 1988. John was the first Western journalist to report on the attack, ignored by many in other … Continue reading

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Hashem’s Story: A Survivor from the Anfal Campaign

For the past few weeks, I had a chance to work as an AD on a docu-fiction film, One Thousand and One Apples by Taha Karimi. The story of the film is about ten men, the only survivors alive today … Continue reading

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The Art of Walking

You may say that there is no art in walking, but there is. Picture yourself sitting on an airplane, waiting for a take off, you have been sitting in your place for more than 45 minute and you look out at … Continue reading

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