In Vakıflı, the last Armenian village in Turkey, there has been a special museum since early summer. It is carefully attempted to establish a culture of remembrance. At the same time, the people try to maintain their Armenian traditions and document them in the museum.
Hasankeyf, located in the Turkish border area with Iran, Iraq and Syria, is at least 12,000 years old and thus one of the oldest settlements of mankind. Turkey is building a gigantic dam here, the place will sink into the associated reservoir. And below the reservoir, the wetlands of the Tigris will dry up.
The Turkish association diyalog and the Sustainable Design Collective, Malta, are organizing the next video workshop between June 18 and 26 in Malta in cooperation with the Sudanese Migration Association, Spark15, Rima and the Foundation for Support and Shelter to Migrants. This workshop is part of the Mahalla festival organized by diyalog. The video workshops […]
A path to dictatorship? On 16 April, the Turkish people will decide on the introduction of a presidential system to further strengthen the powers of President Erdoğan. As the referendum divides a whole nation, “ARTE Re:” shows: Erdoğan’s referendum – a path to dictatorship? 30 min. HD arte RE – 13. April 2017
Pulverfass Türkei, documentary about life in Turkey after the failed coup attempt in July 2016. November 16, 2016 at ZDF info, watch it online A documentary by Sabine Küper-Büsch and Thomas Büsch Assistant: Katharina Schmidt and Tahsin Bilge Avcı Producer: Marta Werner Production: ECO Media TV on behalf of ZDF info.
5:30 Min., arte Metropolis, 1.11.2015 A short program about artists, actors and journalists in Turkey after the bomb attacks in Ankara, Octobre 2015. Just befor the election on November 1 the art scene in Turkey was rebellious than ever. Despite a ban on demonstrations in Taksim Square, a theater group is performing in memory of […]