Let’s Talk Turkey

Yesterday I received a package from Istanbul: 3 copies of Turkish art magazine Hillsider.

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As you can see, Sita‘s on the cover! And inside too.

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Big ups to journalist Gülenay Antep for writing about my film!

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6 comments to Let’s Talk Turkey

  • ddj

    Very good Nina, the pictures look fabulous. You may have a huge audiance over there. :)
    When I look at a book I only look at the pictures, it dosen’t matter if I can read the text. Pictures are universal.
    You may have to go live there and be a big star.
    ddj

  • Hello there,

    I’m a Primary School teacher in Cambridge in the UK. We’ve been studying the Ramayana in class as many of the children have Indian heritage. I came across your clips and played them for my kids and they absolutely loved them! We had to play them a couple of times each and at the end I had all sorts jumping up and dancing to the credit music. We also had a great discussion comparing it to the original version and using it to help us try and understand some of the messages of the Ramayana. Thanks for a great resource!

  • Nice! Congrats on the press!

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