Banos Film will be sharing some of its videos on the newly established platform streeen.org , joining the project to allow films to be watched online during the coronavirus emergency.Continue reading Banos FIlm on streeen.org
After Turkey and its mercenaries attacked the city of Serekaniye and other cities and villages in the north east of Syria (Rojava), BANOS FILM together with hundred of thousands of people was forced to flee, leaving behind the beautiful premises it had spent months in cleaning and reforming to provide an office for the association which had already a tight program of activities planned.Continue reading BANOS FILM opens new centre in Qamishlo
The much expected Ji Bo Azadiyê (The End will be Spectacular) film will be premiered on 12 January in Rojava.
The screening is scheduled for 3 pm (local time) in Rumelan (Qamishlo).Continue reading ji bo azadiye premiere in rojava
On 12 September 1980, the Turkish army carried out a military coup arresting thousands of Kurds and revolutionaries in the country. In Diyarbakir, the ‘capital’ of North Kurdistan, Prison no 5 became synonymous of torture, inhuman violence but also of incredible resistance.Continue reading Interview with Hasim Aydemir, director of “14 July”