Boston Turkish Festival Documentary & Short Film Competition

SOUND, STRUGGLE, SUSTAINABILITY

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In 1992, Tevfik Esenç, the last person speaking the Ubykh language, died and the Ubykh language disappeared from the world. His granddaughter, Burcu Esenç, went on a journey after the traces of her grandfather. The documentary "I Had A Dream, You Won't Understand Even If I Tell It", directed by Burcu Esenç and Cantekin Cantez, tells the story of the people of Ubykh and the disappearance of a language from the world.


  • Year
    2019
  • Runtime
    66 minutes
  • Country
    Turkey
  • Note
    Documentary
  • Director
    Burcu Esenç & Cantekin Cantez
  • Screenwriter
    Burcu Esenç & Cantekin Cantez
  • Producer
    Umut Eğitimci, Burcu Esenç, Cantekin Cantez
  • Cinematographer
    Levent Ahi
  • Editor
    Burcu Esenç & Cantekin Cantez