Filmed during the battle of Kobani, this film reveals the women at the heart of the fight against the Islamic State. With stoical perseverance and the aid of American airstrikes, these women are leading the fight for freedom.
Reber Dosky was born in 1975 in Dohuk, Kurdistan. He is a Kurdish-Dutch filmmaker. Living in the Netherlands since 1998, he went to study film directing at the Netherlands Film Academy. He completed his studies with The Call, a film about the impact of war and displacement on the relation between a father and a son. The Call won several awards on international film festivals. The short documentary The Sniper of Kobani brought Reber’s international breakthrough, and won awards at multiple festivals.
My Good Fortune In Auschwitz (2012), The Call (2013), 4Ever (2014), Horsepower (2015), One Happy Day (2015), The Sniper of Kobani (2015), Yezidi Girls (2016), Radio Kobani (2016), Meryem (2017)