Director: Çağatay Ankaralı, Umut Sarıboğa

Turkey, 2021



Our world is face to face with climate change, crises of biodiversity and ecology… The social, economic and ecological wounds created by the disturbed balances are growing. And we are moving towards an path of no return… But some of us still haven’t given up, and practices that respect nature as a whole continue to increase. It is possible to find traces of attempts to prevent climate and biodiversity crises in Anatolia in ancient production practices. It continues to be lived and produced by women all over Anatolia, who are still trying to produce a just life, with the hope of a common future without being influenced by discriminations over identities and ethnicities. So, is it possible to create an economic model based on goodness and trust, thanks to production and consumption practices based on women’s labor and ecologically and socially fair practices?

About Director

Çağatay Ankaralı: While studying journalism at Marmara University, Çağatay worked as a photographer for various magazines. After graduation, he worked as a cameraman and assistant director in documentaries and commercials. In 2012, he had his directorial debut with the documentary “Göl”.

Umut Sarıboğa: He studied at Marmara University, Department of Journalism in 2010. He took part under various positions at Marmara Communication News Agency (MIHA) throughout his education. He works as an assistant director in TV and cinema industry.


Camera: Çağatay Ankaralı, Umut Sarıboğa

Editing: İbrahim Çakmak

Sound: Tarık Demir

Music: AudioNetwork

Producer: Türetim Ekonomisi Derneği, Kazdağı Doğal ve Kültürel Varlıkları Koruma Derneği


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