Wednesday, February 09, 2011
Hakkâri'den Ankara'ya Kâğıtçılar / Scavengers from Hakkari to Ankara (documentary)
Hakkari'den Ankara'ya Kagitcilar (belgesel) / Scavengers from Hakkari to Ankara (documentary)
1994 yilinda Hakkari'nin Ordekli (Kotranis) koyunden goc etmek zorunda kalan yuzlerce kisi halen Ankara'nin merkezinde coplerden kagit toplamaya devam ediyor. 2001-2004 yillari arasinda amatorce bir hevesle onlarin hayatlarini kaydetmeye baslayan kisiler zamanla, hem onlarin yasadiklari zorunlu gocun acilarina, hem de Turkiye'nin baskentinde kapitalizmin en vahsi yuzuyle verdikleri mucadeleye tanik oldular. Bu belgesel, 13 yasinda Ankara'nin copunde ailesini gecindirmeye calisan cocuktan, 60 yasinda koyunden kovulan amcaya kadar, yasadiklari surgunlere, hor gorulmelere, dislanmalara inat sadece emekleriyle varolmaya calisan insanlari anlatmaktadir.
Hundreds of people, who have been forced to migrate from their village Ordekli (Kotranis) in Hakkari at 1994, are still picking wastes at the garbage sites in the center of Ankara. A group of people, which started to record their lives on video between the years of 2001 and 2004 with an amateur aim, witnessed the pains of their forced migration and their fight against the wildest face of capitalism in the capital city of Turkey. This documentary tells the story of those people -from a 13 years old child taking care of his family off the garbage of Ankara to an old man being expelled from his village- their efforts to exist just with their labor despite despite all deportations, contempt and discrimination just by relying on their labour.
This movie is part of the collection: Community Video
Producer: Alper Sžen, artikisler, karahaber
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: kagitcilar; scavengers recycle
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0