Trailer for Turkey’s first film on Armenian Genocide released

Trailer for Turkey’s first film on Armenian Genocide released

PanARMENIAN.Net - The trailer for “Lost Birds,” the first film made in Turkey about the Armenian Genocide, has been released, according to Asbarez.

The film tells the story of a brother and a sister who are left behind during the Genocide in 1915.

Scripted and directed by Aren Perdeci and Ela Alyamac, “Lost Birds” is a turning point for cinematography in Turkey, as it’s the first film shot in the country to depict the first Genocide of the 20th century.

The movie is released by Kara Kedi Film, with young actors Dila Uluca and Heros Agopyan, as well as an ensemble cast of Armenian actors living in Turkey starring.

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