“Zemnako” is a young man who finds out that after the chemical bombardment of Halabja of Iraq in 1988 by Saddam Hussein, he has been brought to Iran and adopted by an Iranian woman. As a single mother, she couldn’t get an Iranian ID for him. When his foster mother passes away, he decides to go to Kurdistan of Iraq to find his relatives.
In Farsi with English subtitles.
Run time: 62 minutes
No ticket sales. On a First-come, First-served Basis.
We accept your donations and this will help us to continue these series of events
No Records Found
Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.
Toronto Book Club is proud to present Bahman Maghsoudlou’s latest documentary on the legendary Bahram Beyzaie, one of the most important Iranian scholars of the performing arts of the twentieth Read more...
Since its inception in 2015, the Iranian Film Festival in Toronto has brought distinguished collections of Iranian films to the heart of Canada through CineIran. This year, renamed to “Cyrus Read more...
Our team of experienced consultants can review your credit reports, assess your current situation, and provide customized solutions to meet your needs. Through a meticulous process, The Advanced Credit Repair Read more...
“After almost a century of activity, Dadashi Art Gallery is internationally known for high quality original oil paintings. With the largest focus on Canada, United States, and Iran, we ship Read more...