Turkish-Dutch journalist Sinan Can and the Armenian-Dutch musical theatre actor Ara Halici research how their families were involved in the Turkish mass-murder of the Armenians one hundred years ago. In a six part documentary-roadmovie Sinan and Ara undertake a trip through Turkey and Armenia, from Istanbul to Jerevan.
CAST & CREW
Anja van Oostrom
Director of Photography
Christian Schinkel, Cathleen van den Akker
Julliet Koopman, Sander Koopman
Ara Halici, Sinan Can
Vara Post box 175, 1200 AD Hilversum The Netherlands
Kees Schaap started his career as a filmmaker in the end of the 1980, making independent documentaries, mostly about about the Middle East. Since 1996 he works primarily for dutch public television as a documentary filmmaker. From 1999 until 2009 he directed journalistic documentaries for the celebrated dutch program Zembla. From that time on, he makes documentary series many of which have been awarded in Europe and the Netherlands.
erry to Holland (2010, Co-dir.: Fidan Ekiz), 9/11, the day the world changed (2011), Liberty, Equality, Fraternity (2012), Bandidos (2014), Blood Brothers (2015)