Turkish-Kurdish dialogue with the film director Asli Özarslan

Upcoming Sunday (26th of March) we hope to see you all at our Turkish-Kurdish dialogue afternoon with the film director Asli Özarslan, who is in the Netherlands for the Movies that Matter festival for the screening of her film Dil Leyla.

This event will be moderated by Nora Ledrhem, who has worked as a reporter for FunX radio and as a editor for the Dutch National Station (NPO).

Program:
14.15h Q&A with film director Asli Özarslan
15.00h Short break
15.15h Dialogue session with personal stories of
Zeynep Cesin & Rosh Abdelfatah

For the dialogue session we will talk about the situation in southeast Turkey and the dialogue between Kurdish, Turkish and Armenian communities. We want to give all the participants space to express their feelings and share their story with the group.

– Asli Özarslan was born in Berlin in 1986, and spent her childhood in Germany. From 2007 to 2011 she studied theater and media at the University of Bayreuth and philosophy at the Université Sorbonne IV in Paris. She has participated in film workshops in Israel and Turkey. 2012 she studied documentary directing at the Film Academy in Ludwigsburg. She has received several prestigious scholarships, including a grant from the Academy of Arts and, in 2016, a grant from the Cultural Academy Tarabya of the German Foreign Office. Dil Leyla is her diploma film.

– This event is for free, but you have to register through: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/turkish-kurdish-dialogue-with-

– For more information about the movie Dil Leyla and Movies that Matter Festival please visit: http://www.moviesthatmatter.nl/…/progr…/film/2108/dil-leyla/ 

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