All My Mothers (2009)

  • Feature, Documentary, War
  • 1h 20m

A documentary that explores the atrocities of Anfal and the years of suffering of the mothers, daughters, wives, and sisters of those victims.

During the 30 years of the Ba’ath ruling under Saddam Hussein in Iraq, thousands of Kurds and Shiites were either killed or disappeared. They have found one of the mass graves after 24 years in the southern deserts of Iraq. A documentary that explores the atrocities of Anfal and the years of suffering of the mothers, daughters, wives, or sisters of those victims.

Directed by Ebrahim Saeedi & Zahawi Sanjawi

Ebrahim Saeedi is a director, editor, and photographer, born in 1965 in Mahabad in Eastern Kurdistan. He has a BA in Cinema from the Arts University of Tehran and has been been working in various fields for more than 35 years. As a result of his activity in these years, he has directed many short films, features, and documentaries.

Director

Ebrahim Saeedi

Director

Zahawi Sanjawi

Language

Kurdish

Subtitles

English

Country

South Kurdistan

Studio

Sheherazad Media International

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