Sakine Cansiz, Sara, left fond memories and marks in every life she touched, also in Rojava, where tens of thousands of women follow on her path today. She was brutally killed in Paris on January 9, 2013, together with her two comrades Fidan Dogan and Leyla Saylemez.
Originally published by Wind Born Films Kolektiva Channel.
The documentary is named after Cansız’s book “My whole life was a struggle” which summarizes her 55 years of struggle in the Kurdish armed movement.
A hundred hours of shooting for the documentary was compiled in an hour and 35 minutes.
The documentary is in Kurmancî language and has been translated into 7 languages including English, German, Italian, Flemish and French to convey Sara’s struggle to the other peoples around the world. Works are going on for the translation of the documentary into Spanish, Persian and Arabic as well.
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