Kurdish Film and Culture Festival
The festival aims to introduce Kurds, the largest ethnic group without a nation of their own, and their contributions to grass-roots democracy, gender equality, culture, and environmental sustainability. The festival features Kurdish films, music, traditional clothes, and talk. This is the third year of the festival. Doors open at 6pm.
6:30-7:00 pm Welcoming
Protected content talk: Nick Heras
7:00–7:40 pm Film Screening: “Zarok”
7:40-8:00 pm Kurdish Live Music by Dijwar Karaman
8:00-9:00 pm Reception
The festival continues Saturday and Sunday.
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