World Premiere of Kazakhstan's The Crying Steppe Marina Kunarova

HOLLYWOOD, Calif.,- The sixth Annual Asian World Film Festival (AWFF) will launch  their distinctive Sneak Screenings sequence with the on line world premiere of Kazakhstan's The Crying Steppe on November 6 – 8, 2020. Registration is on hand at:


"AWFF is honored and proud to current the usa of Kazakhstan in a extraordinary light. This is the first time a function movie has precisely depicted one of the most catastrophic activities in Kazakhstan's history, which has been stored a secret from the world till now," stated Georges Chamchoum, Asian World Film Festival Executive Director.

The Crying Steppe, directed via award-winning filmmaker Marina Kunarova, is primarily based on genuine activities that came about Kazakhstan all through the Twenties and 1930s, when 8.5 million humans died from starvation in the course of the Great Famine, artificially imposed on the u . s . a . via the Bolsheviks. The haunting movie tells the gripping story of an eagle hunter named Turar and his spouse Nuriya who overcome blind concern of demise and despair in an try to store their determined household and village inhabitants from demise of starvation at some point of the tragic and heartbreaking activities happening in the Kazakh Steppe, which finally pressured 1.5 million humans to go away their native homeland.

This screening in solely handy for U.S. audiences. Tickets are on hand at:

The sixth Annual Asian World Film Festival has been rescheduled to begin March 10, 2021 with the closing night gala taking area March 15, in order to tie in with the modern Academy Awardsâ set for April 25, 2021. A software of on line screenings will function sneak screenings of plausible Oscarâ and Golden Globeâ submissions for Best International Feature Film and Best Motion Picture, Foreign Language, respectively 

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