Sulaymaniyah.. Screening documentary film '58 Days'


5/10/2019 16:17:00
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In Sulaymaniyah the documentary film '58 Days' will be screened within the frame work of the 4th Sulaymaniyah International Film Festival.

 

'58 Days' was directed by Kalle Amin and it's a war journalist documentary film.

 

The film is about the true story behind the fall of Afrin, where its citizens defended their city and stood up in the face of the 4th largest army for 58 days. The director of the film was trapped in Afrin under the heavy bombardments of Turkey on the city for a month and a half, during which she took photos and videos of her documentary film.

 

The film is 22 minutes long and sponsored by Masti Film Company, and will be screened today, October 5, 2019, at 5 Pm in City Cinema.

 

 

 

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