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Published on Jul 20, 2015
In April 2015, historian Ara Sarafian organised events in the Kurdish region of Turkey alongside local Kurds, Armenians and Turks. His approach to achieving reconciliation 100 years after massacres which resulted in over a million deaths is to educate, build alliances and change opinions, both inside and outside Turkey. As the Kurdish peace process in Turkey opens up new spaces for dialogue, 100 Years Later looks at the progress being made on the ground as Turkish society opens up and begins to discuss a subject that just 10 years ago was so taboo that you could be prosecuted for mentioning it.
Produced and directed by John Lubbock www.johnlubbock.com @jwsal
Many thanks especially to Craig Jones, Ara Sarafian, Nazli Yirtar, The Gulbenkian Foundation and all the other people without whom I could not have made this film.