Passing Drama

Director: Angela Melitopoulos, Germany/Greece 1999, 66 min.

The film describes the story of a greek familiy and its experience of expulsion from Asia Minor (1923).

Vertrieben für Frieden - als Griechen und Türken getrennt wurden (Deplacement croises)

Director: Osman Okkan, Simone Sitte, Germany 2003, 45 min.

The film is about the expulsion of Greeks and Turks after the Treaty of Lausanne 1923.

Behind Words

Director: John Burgan, Germany 2005, 90 min.

Do wars really end when the fighting stops? From a bunker in Berlin, through former Yugoslavia, still-divided Cyprus, cities that change names, populations and countries without moving an inch: forced migration and ethnic cleansing has marked the 20th century like no other. In Europe alone, between 80 and 100 million were driven from their homes - or worse - in the last century. How to deal with all of this collective past? Historians quibble amongst themselves and politicians conduct a dialogue of the deaf. Behind Words encounters refugees and artists across Europe searching for the difficult way between memory and forgetting. The film is made by Network Migration in Europe and Hanfgarn & Ufer Film Production