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HERO OF ALL SEAS, a review

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still from the film HERO OF ALL SEAS (Syria, 2010) is a poignant and heart-felt short documentary film, 27’, about a Kurdish man named Abo Yashar who is one of the few men from his native country to have escaped successfully to Athens, Greece. Thousands of Kurdish emigrants have tried to flee to Europe illegally and have failed, making Abo a kind of local hero for his so-called successful passage as many of these emigrants lost their lives at sea during the perilous passage to Greece...

HERO OF ALL SEAS, a review.

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still from the film HERO OF ALL SEAS (Syria, 2010) is a poignant and heart-felt short documentary film, 27’, about a Kurdish man named Abo Yashar who is one of the few men from his native country to have escaped successfully to Athens, Greece. Thousands of Kurdish emigrants have tried to flee to Europe illegally and have failed, making Abo a kind of local hero for his so-called successful passage as many of these emigrants lost their lives at sea during the perilous passage to Greece....

the MY HERO Short Film Festival wants your film for its 2007 competition.

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The MY HERO Project is a not-for-profit, educational organization that celebrates heroes from all walks of life.  Since 1995, MY HERO has focused an appreciative spotlight on everyday heroes who make the world a better place.  The MY HERO website (http://www.myhero.com/) hosts an ever-growing Internet archive of hero stories and allows children and adults to share stories of heroes from around the globe.  With MY HERO's user-friendly format, they can create a web page honoring their own hero....
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