Min Dit won Youth Award at 57th San Sebastian Film Festival

KurdishCinema - October 09, 2009

Kurdish director Miraz Bezar won GAZTEA de la Juventud
(GAZTEA Youth Award) with his first feature film "Min Dit / The
Children of Diyarbekir" at the 57th San Sebastian International Film
Festival. San Sebastian is one of the oldest and prestigious film
festival in the world and always very supportive of the Kurdish Film
makers. "Min Dit - The Children of Diyarbekir" will be screened at
6th London Kurdish Film Festival in November.
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