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Women Of Resilience - Tales of Kurdish Identity

Author: EuroArts Music International

Resistance, Courage, Transformation. Two female Ex-Guerillas and their non-violent fight for freedom

  • Women Of Resilience | Copyright: © Sascha Osaka, CrossGeneration Media

    Women Of Resilience © Sascha Osaka, CrossGeneration Media

  • Guerrilla Group 1994 | Copyright: © Sascha Osaka, CrossGeneration Media

    Guerrilla Group 1994 © Sascha Osaka, CrossGeneration Media

  • "Women, Life, Freedom" © Sascha Osaka, CrossGeneration Media

Two former female Kurdish guerrilla fighters reconnect over their shared history and their decision to leave the movement to fight for Kurdish freedom in a different, non-violent way. A story of resistance against the suppression of one's own voice and culture. It is also a story of an irreversible, personal decision to give up everything, and of the courage of women who, like thousands of other young women, went "to the mountains"... only to leave it all behind again years later to exchange weapons for art and activism.

Genre Documentary
Recording location Iraq, Syria and Armenia
Production year 2023
Duration 52', 55'
Video format HD
Production Company CrossGeneration Media
TV Director A. Rochholl, S. Leitner
Distribution TV EuroArts Music
Distribution VOD / SVOD EuroArts Music

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