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The origins of one of the earliest known Jewish communities in Anatolia, which was located in Ankara, date back to the 2nd century BC. Initially formed in the Roman era, the numbers of the community increased with the Sephardic migrations in the 15th century and reached a peak in the first half of the 20th century. This documentary traces the development of the community from the Hellenistic through the Ottoman periods with particular focus on the previously untold social and economic dynamics in the 20th century through interviews with individuals who have migrated from Ankara to Istanbul and to various cities in Israel. As such, this documentary feature stands out as a precursor in research and recording on this very topic.

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  • Director
    Enver Arcak
  • Producer
    Enver Arcak
  • Editor
    Sami Öztürk
  • Animator
    Umut Akay
  • Sound Design
    Koray Hamamcıoğlu
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