Hosted in Berlin by Eiszeit Kino and Cineplex Neukölln before it heads to Kurdistan in December, Berlin’s seven-day Kurdish Film Festival is packed with features, documentaries and shorts from directors scattered throughout the globe.
The opening film, Atilla Cengiz’s Oĝul (The Son, Nov 11, 20:00), depicts war in southeastern Turkey through the tragic stories of two fathers. The screening, like many in the fest, will be followed by a Q&A with the director
Kurdisches Filmfestival, Nov 11-16 | Eiszeit Kino (Zeughofstr. 20, Kreuzberg, U-Bhf Schlesisches Tor) and Forum Neukölln (Karl-Marx-Str. 66, Neukölln, U-Bhf Rathaus Neukölln), www.kurdfilmfestival.wordpress.com, All films shown in OV, roughly half with English subtitles, half with German