This bio-documentary chronicles the life and times of Dr. Freydun Atouraya, a medical physician, poet, playwright musician, thinker, and idealist. Freydun's greatest contribution is perhaps his least recognized. He was a revolutionary who spent his entire life trying to reclaim lands lost through the centuries, because he wanted to create a democratic Assyrian Christian Nation. Through the lens of Dr. Freydun's life, this documentary will chronicle one of the most unknown and under-told chapters of the Assyrian Christian massacres and struggles during the early 1900's.
CAST & CREW
Jess Mancilla, Henri Charr
Sreescanda, Henri Charr
Director of Photography
Steve Guttenberg, Vaz Andreas, Nicholas Talone, Sam Rhodes, Mario Degasperi, Zachary Andrews
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An Assyrian filmmaker born in Iran and living in Southern California. He started in educational films and documentaries, then turned to mainstream cinema in genres including thrillers, drams, action-adventure, family films and comedies. In the early 1990s Charr made a trilogy of action films: Under Lock and Key, Caged Hearts and Cell Block Sisters. In the mid-1990s Char made family films; My Uncle: The Alien was a Selection at the Brussels IF of Fantasy, Thriller and Science Fiction Films. He then made Little Heroes, a children's film televised on Animal Planet as the Movie of the Month.
The Last Affair (1976), Please Don't Eat the Babies (1983), Fatal Encounter (1990), Illegal Entry: Formula for Fear (1993), Under Lock and Key (1995), Cellblock Sisters: Banished Behind Bars (1995), Caged Hearts (1996), My Uncle the Alien (1996), Hollywood Safari (1997), Little Heroes (1999), Little Heroes 2 (2000), Top Dogs: Little Heroes 3 (2002), Forbidden Border (2009), Stepping High (2013), A Man before His Time (2015, doc.).