'16/03' won the Best Screenplay for the National Film in London
The 16/03 long Kurdish film directed by Danny Darren won the Best Screenplay for the National Film in London.
The film won best screenplay at National film award in London on Wednesday, March 27, 2019, during a special ceremony alongside Hollywood films.
The film is two hours long and has won several awards during its recent show in the United States.
Most of the actors involved in the film are British, in addition to a number of Kurdish actors, and the film is in English to introduce the world to the disasters that the Kurdish people have suffered during their history.
The movie is about the tragic chemical attack on Halabja that claimed the lives of his family, a Kurdish sniper, Flees his homeland in search of a better life in the United Kingdom But is caught up in a terrorist plot.
Danny Darren also known as ( Halmat Salah) in the UK Is an actor, producer and Author.
Born in 1980 in small village called (kallakan) few miles far from the city of Qaladze district/Kurdistan-Iraq in the beautiful mountain region where gestures of kindness and respect are used everywhere.
Language is only a small barrier in the grand scheme of life in Kurdistan. People's souls have been touched by his warmth..
Danny fled his homeland in 2002 to find a better life as Kurdish people were torched by the Iraqi regime. He travelled country to country walking thousands of miles through the mountains and across sea and land with the most horrifying experience of his life.
He saw suffering from the journey to find a better life; The new chapter in his life started with different cultures and different countries. He strives to improve his life .
The stories that led him to be the man who writes books and movies and playing different characters in films however helping out with charity events to raise money for charities his journey will be captured in his next Book.