Aynura (2001 film)

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Image from the film, depicting Aynur holding a blade.
Directed by
  • Hayal Derya, Adile Umut
Screenplay byHikari National Screenplay Presidium
Story by
  • Orkide Esen, Yakar Akses, Asena Sun
Based onOde to Aynur the Rebel, Hikari War of Independence
Produced byVesile Seda
  • Borte Odval, Adile Umut, Ceydar Adak, Nedim Erdac
Edited by
  • Orbei Maa, Isitan Asli, National Executive Editing Commitee
Music byUnified Workers Militia Choir
  • Hikari National Animation Directorate
  • Hakikara State Broadcasting Pictures
Distributed byHakikara State Broadcasting Pictures
Release dates
  • February 14, 2001 (2001-02-14)
  • November 20, 2001 (2001-11-20)
Running time
89 minutes
Budgetestimated $94 million

Aynura is a 2001 Hikari animated film produced by the State-owned Hikari State Broadcasting Pictures. Based upon the folk hero Aynur, the film is a reimagining of the story, taking place in an indeterminate era, with Aynur portrayed as a Communist figure fighting against the forces of Suvania, despite neither Communist theory nor Suvania as a state existing during the Orda and Horde Period she supposedly resided in. The story of the film describes Aynur as a daughter of a Suvan official, Temurlen Ordai, who led an army of Suvan defectors dressed up as women after a male force was denied by right-wing members of the Broad Resistance.