About ATCP

We are people from Turkey and Armenia whose common ground is cinema. We love cinema. Not only do we love cinema, we also believe in the power of cinema to heal, reconcile and make peace. We believe that cinema can help us say things we were not able to for decades, and help us get to know one another. Not only do we believe, we also act on it!

A Blurry Pastel Painting


During the Armenian Deportation from Anatolia in 1915, an Armenian mother makes her little daughter to memorize the Islamic confession of faith; so she secures the survival of her little daughter who was captured in a secret compartment by soldiers.

Little girl entering the auspices of one of the soldiers, were Islamized and about 90 years later with the murder of Hrant Dink, snatches something from a very distant past will remember. The short film was inspired by a poem of Rupen Çilingiryan and will be directed by Sevda Usanoğlu.

A Blurry Pastel Painting
After This Day
The Oud Maker