When 8-year-old Kati from Afghanistan stows away in her father’s truck, Faruk must juggle his responsibilities as a single dad while holding down his first job in a new country. As their relationship deepens, a brush with covert racism tests the bond between a father and daughter.
Regissør: Zamarin Wahdat
Foto: Lorena Duran
Klipp: Jennifer Ruff
Manus: Zamarin Wahdat
Lyd: Maximilian Bleß
Musikk: Robert Ouyang Rusli
Med: Kailas Mahadevan, Lara Cengiz
Produsent: Joy Jorgensen, Rafael Langenscheidt
Kontakt: Zamarin Wahdat
Born in Afghanistan and raised in Germany, Wahdat attended NYU Tisch School of the Arts as a Dean's fellow. Her work as a cinematographer has been screened at Sundance, Berlinale, SXSW and Tribeca. Learning how to Skate in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl), where she worked as an additional cinematographer and interviewer, won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. This experience led her to write and direct her first short film, Bambirak, exploring themes of identity, belonging and childhood.
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