It is a film is about gender equality, bisexuality, human rights, women empowerment and the consequences of the economy of a country after a war.
The film explores in depth the recent history of Cyprus, including the Turkish invasion (1974), human rights issues and gender equality through the experiences of nine women involved in politics who live in Nicosia, Cyprus, the only divided capital city in world.
Exclusive interviews by the First Lady and the President of Cyprus Republic Mr Nikos Anastasiadis.
The late Greek Minister of Culture Melina Merkouri visits the island in 1975 and participates in the first remarkable women march for Peace.
Video on demand: available soon.
Director: Petra Terzi
Producer: Petra Terzi
Language: Greek, Subtitles: English
Duration: 17' 48''
-AFI World Peace Initiative. May 2019, Cannes Film Festival: Merit Spotlight on Women
-World Film Fair, Los Angeles 2019: Best Cultural Film Award
-Balkan New Film Festival, Stockholm 2019: Special Jury Prize