Colibri by Emre Açıkgöz (Turkey, 2016, 45 sec.).
The cycle of life illustrated with hummingbirds.
Cause by Aykut Bilge (Turkey, 2016, 29 min.).
A woman is disconnected from family and friends, living a miserable life—poor, desperate, and hungry. There is one thing she hasn’t lost, however: her warm heart.
Beloved by Britain by Mahir Guden (Turkey, 2016, 10 min.).
Cengiz is a refugee from Turkey living in London. He has to sign documents at the immigration office every week because he doesn’t have a work permit. He works in a fast food restaurant and tries to save money so he can buy himself a television. One day he comes very close to buying the TV of his dreams.
The Translator by Emre Kayış (Turkey, 2015, 23 min.).
Yusuf, a Syrian refugee boy who lives in an exile in a remote Turkish border town is chosen for his newfound power but he has to experience how to use it, at the cost of his innocence.
0 RH by Taylan Mintaş (Turkey, 2016, 15 min.).
Zeko is a Syrian refugee in Turkey. He works hard at his job, but his efforts are met with scorn and ridicule from his boss. One day, his boss is injured in a car accident and urgently needs blood. Zeko has the right blood type; will he save his boss or let him die?
Azad by by Yakup Tekintangac (Turkey, 2015, 16 min.).
Azad and his mother migrate to Istanbul. His mother locks him in the apartment when she goes to work every day. Azad, all alone at home, uses his creativity to fill his time.
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