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5th Duhok International Film Festival (IFF) kicks off with showing Turkish-German film “Zer”

2017/09/11 | 12:45

(Iraq Now News)-

WAAR-DUHOK: The 5th Duhok International Film Festival (IFF) kicked off to a successful start Saturday evening with the opening Turkish-German film “Zer” by director Kazim Oz with a sold out show following a red carpet ceremony with VIP guests and crew members.

The Convention Hall at the University of Duhok campus where the films will ...

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