In Hamburg, Ibrahim "Ibo" Secmez, of Turkish descent, wants to direct the first German kung-fu movie. For now, he makes commercials for his uncle's kebab restaurant. Titzie, an aspiring actress and Ibo's German girlfriend, finds she's pregnant. Ibo is uncertain about fatherhood - compounded by his father's disowning him for getting a German girl pregnant - so Titzie sends him packing. He makes attempts at getting it right, but as the birth approaches, he's still not ready. In the background are three thugs in search of good tripe soup and a Capulet-Montegue feud between the kebab joint and a Greek taverna across the street. Can Ibo be the glove upon that hand?
Ibrahim chooses to fall for young and handsome Kevin over marrying his cute but expensive cousin Elif while kid brother Furkan converts to Islamic fundamentalism.
A group of misfits from a carpet shop have a chance to change their lives with the help of two marketing experts - an ex-kebab shop worker and an ex-fortune teller from a wildlife magazine.
Johann Stanzerl sieht sich umzingelt. Alle anderen Geschäftslokale seines Wiener Viertels sind bereits in türkischer Hand. Nur sein geliebtes Café "Prinz Eugen", benannt nach dem berühmten österreichischen Feldherrn, der die Türken an der Einnahme Wiens hinderte, leistet mit seiner österreichischen Stammkundschaft noch Widerstand. Johann und seine Frau Sofie sind im Begriff, ihr Kaffeehaus zu erweitern. Der Pachtvertrag mit dem Grafen Wildmannsdorf ist unterzeichnet, die illegale Ablöse bezahlt. Der Tag des feierlichen Mauereinrisses, der dem Durchbruch in den zukünftigen Raucherraum dienen soll, läuft jedoch anders als geplant: Statt der polnischen Arbeiter taucht der türkische Geschäftsmann Mustafa mit seiner Familie auf und ist dabei, die Mauer von der gegenüberliegenden Seite niederzureißen.
The establishment of the Doner Kebab in Switzerland by Zeynel Demir.
A dusty kebab dive. Twelve heavily armed men. A stranger without a name. An extra strong kebab.... Norway's first kebab western.
Starring The Nipple Erectors and The Maniacs and born in the year of punk, this is a documentary about kebabs with an anarchic approach. Look out for footage of a young Shane MacGowan at the very dawn of his career, in the short-lived punk band The Nipple Erectors (later known as the Nips). Editor Carl Haber has had an established career and founded the Rome International Film School.
A man named Ahmed tries unsuccessfully for days to go the the government building to complete the necessary paperwork to transfer his child to another school. Repeatedly he is unable to see the employee he needs to meet with. In a scuffle that follows Ahmed obtains the weapons of the guards and accidentally takes hostages in the government building. All the other floors of the building evacuate, the army and Minister of the Interior are called; the government treats Ahmed as a terrorist. Ahmed and the hostages demand kebab from the government for lunch.
The King of the Belgians is on a state visit in Istanbul when his country falls apart. He must return home at once to save his kingdom. But a solar storm causes airspace and communications to shut down. No planes. No phones. With the help of a British filmmaker and a troupe of Bulgarian folk singers, the King and his entourage manage to escape over the border. Incognito. Thus begins an odyssey across the Balkans during which the King discovers the real world - and himself.
Kurdish expert Hiner Saleem (Shero) wrote and directed this French comedy-drama, set inside the 100,000-population Kurdish community in Paris. The original French title translates as "Long Live the Bride...and the Liberation of Kurdistan." Cheto (Georges Corraface) seeks a wife via videotapes while still seeing his French girlfriend, immigration office worker Christine (Stephanie Lagarde). Cheto places an order for a beautiful girl, but he's disappointed when her sister, country girl Mina (Marina Kobakhidze), arrives at the airport as a substitute. Family pressure forces him to marry her. Unhappy with the way she's treated by Cheto, Mina acquires some progressive notions from Leila (Schahla Aalam) and other local feminists, leading to confrontations with Cheto.