21 Days to Nawroz (2009) - Watch Online. Directed by Michelle Mama

Genres Documentary    
Director    
Writers Christopher Field (story editor)
Country Canada
Language English, Kurdish
Runtime Canada:75 min
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  • FLASHPOINT Human Rights Film Festival: 21 DAYS TO NAWROZ

    21 DAYS TO NAWROZ . Dir: Michelle Mama. 2009, 74 min / Canada, Iraq. English, Kurdish / English Subtitles.

    http://flashpointfilmfestival.blogspot.com/2011/11/21-days-to-nawroz.html

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  • 21 Days to Nawroz - Criticker

    ... 21 Days to Nawroz depicts the lives of three Iraqi Kurdish women as they attempt to create better lives for other ... Country: Canada. Directed By: Michelle Mama. Starring: Michelle Mama, Christopher Field. Additional Information & Actions. More information at IMDb. Stats. Collections. Buy ...

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