My cinema is a bridge to the Middle East

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Iranian Kurdish filmmaker Fariborz Kamkari tries to describe the Middle East to the West through the cinema. The family is a central element in his films, as he attributes most of the problems to the rigid patriarchal culture, a reflection of the country’s profound contradictions.


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