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Min dît / The Children of Diyarbakir / Min dît
Zabaltegi-New Directors
MIN DîT / THE CHILDREN OF DAYARBAKIR
Miraz Bezar - Min dît / The Children of Diyarbakir
Zabaltegi Meetings
Foto: Gorka Estrada
GAZTEA Youth Award
Foto: Montse Castillo
GAZTEA Youth Award
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar
Foto: Gorka Estrada
Miraz Bezar, Hakan Karsak
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar, Hakan Karsak
Foto: Iñaki Pardo
Hakan Karsak, Miraz Bezar
Foto: Montse Castillo
Hakan Karsak, Miraz Bezar
Foto: Iñaki Pardo
Hakan Karsak, Miraz Bezar
Foto: Gorka Estrada
Hakan Karsak, Miraz Bezar
Foto: Gorka Estrada
Hakan Karsak
Foto: Gorka Estrada
Miraz Bezar
Foto: Pedro Martínez
Hakan Karsak, Miraz Bezar
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar, Saliha Kutlay
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar
Foto: Pedro Martínez
Miraz Bezar
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar, Jesús Olmedo
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar, Jesús Olmedo
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar
Foto: Montse Castillo
Miraz Bezar, Saliha Kutlay
Foto: Montse Castillo

Turkish Kurdistan in the 1990s. On a night in May, on an empty road near Diyarbakir, the lives of ten year old Gülistan and her brother Firat suffer an abrupt change: their father, a political journalist, and their mother are killed by state security forces before their very eyes. Having lost all other relatives during the civil war, Gülistan and Firat are forced to survive on their own.
BIOGRAPHY
Ankara, 1971. Following the military coup of 1980, he emigrated to Germany with his family. He left his Economic studies for the theatre and, following the success of his first short, started studying at the Deutsche Film-und Fernsehakademie in Berlin (DFFB). His shorts Berîvan, Duri and Freiwild were screened at festivals worldwide; Berîvan won the Best Short Film Award at Nuremberg and Duri the prestigious IFSAK Award in Istanbul. Min dît is his first feature.
CAST & CREW
Director
Miraz Bezar
Screenplay
Miraz Bezar
Photography
Isabelle Casez
Edition
Miraz Bezar
Cast
Senay Orak, Muhammed Al, Hakan Karsak, Berivan Ayaz, Fahriye Celik
Running Time
102 m.
Country
Turkey-Germany
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