Kurdish cinema has come into its own ... [A] delightful, poker-faced movie set on the Iraq-Turkish border. THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
Baran becomes the new sheriff in town in this quirky take on the cowboy movie. The valley is a haven for illegal trafficking, and brings him into conflict with the local chief, and into the arms of defiantly independent school teacher, Govend. With a smile-inducing soundtrack, this is a modern Western full of self-mockery, handsome landscapes and dry wit.
Youth Jury Award Cabourg Romantic Film Festival 2013
Golden Hugo, Best Film Chicago International Film Festival 2013
Joondalup Pines: 1–6 April, 7.30pm, doors open 6.30pm
Tue 1 April, 7:30pm
Wed 2 April, 7:30pm
Thur 3 April, 7:30pm
Fri 4 April, 7:30pm
Sat 5 April, 7:30pm
Sun 6 April, 7:30pm
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24-30 March 2014
A charged thriller interwoven with trust and betrayal as two lovers are torn apart by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
17 Feb-2 March 2014
Nico is a law school dropout who, while wandering the streets of Berlin, is continually thwarted in his attempts to find a cup of coffee.
7-13 April 2014
The winner of Best Film at Berlin is a brilliant drama of suffocating motherly love.