The documentary
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“The Other Town” is a documentary of 2011 by Nefin Dinç and Hercules Millas. It is about two towns, one in Greece and the other in Turkey, and their inhabitants who express their ideas and prejudices about the “’other”, about the Turks and the Greeks respectively.

The film has English, Turkish, Greek, French and Japanese versions.

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The documentary The Other Town won the following awards:

- The audience award in the Thessaloniki Film Festival in 2011;
- 16th Boston Turkish Festival Documentary & Short Film Competition Winners Special Mention 2011
-The Best Historical Documentary in Greek Film Fest in Chicago in 2012.

Movie’s booklet

You can finde movie's booklet HERE!


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