Reber Dosky (1975, Dohuk/Kurdistan) is a Kurdish-Dutch filmmaker. After studying film direction at the Film Academy in Amsterdam he graduated with his first documentary The Call (2013). In 2014 he founded his own production company Adar Film. After the short documentary The Sniper of Kobani (2015) received a lot attention, his breakthrough came with his first feature documentary Radio Kobani (2016), which won the IDFA Award in the Dutch competition, and many other awards at festivals all over the world. In 2019 he won the IDFA award for best documentary with Sidik and the Panther. Reber Dosky aims at telling broad stories on social and political issues through showing their impact on one man’s life.