You are cordially invited to watch the acclaimed feature film ZER by award-winning Kurdish director Kazım Öz in two Washington-area theatres.

Through the magic of an ancient love song, ZER celebrates the enduring friendship of a carefree American student with his dying Kurdish grandmother, while tackling the epic themes of love, freedom, identity, war and how our history continues to shape our lives, whether we live in America, Turkey or Kurdistan.

Both screenings are free for ZER, Kazim Öz’s eighth film. The independent filmmaker has been supported by his family and friends (through loans) in his groundbreaking projects. You are welcome to assist with a one-time donation before or after seeing his film.

There will be a Q&A session with director Kazim Oz at both locations. The one at George Washington University will include a reception as well.

RSVP for the first showing: Friday, January 26 at 7 PM at George Washington University.
RSVP for the second showing: Sunday, January 28 at noon at the Old Greenbelt Theater.

The screenings of this film is made possible by the RIMS project at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs and American Kurdish Information Network

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