The New York Kurdish Film Festival, established in 2017, takes place every fall over three days. In recent years, the festival’s venue has been the landmark theater Village East by Angelika, located in Manhattan’s East Village.
The festival’s program typically features a mix of short and feature-length films, dramas, documentaries, and animations, from diverse regions of Kurdistan. The films’ directors may be either Kurdish or non-Kurdish. Many of the films have their American premieres here.
Every year the festival’s offerings attract Kurdish-American and non-Kurdish participants alike. Past editions have also offered live music, dance performances, and author talks
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