|Camera||:||Larissa Araz & Zeynep Şişman|
One of the earliest Jewish community in Anatolia is located in Ankara. Their history goes back to Early Roman Period (Second Century BC). The following periods' migrations in 15th Century from Spain-Portugal to Anatolia and the later periods that in 20th Century the community has reached on the highest population in Ankara.
The documentary presents the communities' untold history from Helenistic period to Ottoman period that is focused on 20th Century social and economic life of the community with the written sources, visual materials, family photographs, diaries etc.
The interviews with migrated people from Ankara to İstanbul and the various cities of Israel that their family visual archives presents in the documentary.
Best Documentary Audience Award the winner is Hermana!
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Alfond Auditorium 465 Huntington Avenue
The Quincentennial Foundation Museum of Turkish Jews / Istanbul
Aynalı Geçit, Beyoğlu / İstanbul
SALT Galata, Auditorium
28th International Ankara Film Festival Final Selections of Documentary Category
Presentation at the Association of Architects 1927
Hermana Visual Archive Project is supported by SALT Research Dr. Mehmet Bozdoğan Fund (SALT Ulus, Ankara)
Hermana Visual Archive Project is supported by SALT Research Dr. Mehmet Bozdoğan Fund (SALT Galata, Istanbul)