Rev to be screened at Hamburg Kurdish Film Festival
The film "Rev", about a captive Yazidi woman's escape from ISIS brutality and her quest for freedom, will be screened at the Hamburg Film Festival.
The movie "Rev" was written and directed by Deniz Deman. It was shot in South Kurdistan and Germany, and is about a captive Yazidi woman's escape from ISIS brutality and her quest for freedom.
"Rev" will be screened at the Hamburg Kurdish Film Festival on 29 October.
Stating that the women leading the fight against ISIS are the subjects of the revolution, Deniz Deman said that the Rojava Women's Revolution against the darkness of the Middle Ages is the most beautiful and meaningful gift and hope offered to the oppressed and exploited women of the world.
Deniz Deman said that all women of the world should “see the darkness of ISIS, the search for freedom and the great resistance against it and be inspired.”
"Rev" was awarded the best 'No Dialog Film' prize at the Human Shades Film Festival and the Honorable Mention at the Sicily Madonie Film Festival.