7th FilmAmed Documentary Film Festival ended
The 7th FilmAmed Documentary Film Festival came to an end with the screening of the documentary “Her Malek Dibistanek" (“Every house is a school”).
The 7th edition of the Filmamed Documentary Film Festival organized by the Association of Middle East Cinema Academy in Amed ended with the documentary “Her Malek Dibistanek”.
The documentary film was screened at the ÇandAmed Cinema Hall of the Metropolitan Municipality Culture and Congress Center, and was attended by members of TJA, HDP MP Saliha Aydeniz, representatives of civil society organizations and film lovers.
At the screening of the film, people reminded of the hunger strike resistance led by HDP Hakkari MP Leyla Güven to demand the end of the isolation imposed on Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan. The hunger strike was joined on 1 March by prisoners.
The screening of the documentary “Every house is a school" was very crowded and people chanted slogans at the beginning of the film.
The documentary was well received by the audience and at the end of the film, documentary director and actors spoke to the audience. HDP deputy Saliha Aydeniz thanked everyone who contributed to the festival.
Her Malek Dibistanek tells of a prohibited language, a closed school, children studying in the mother tongue at home, and families converting their homes into schools. The story of a people trying to revive a banned language ...