Ankara’nın tarihi Çıkrıkçılar Yokuşu… Vehbi Koç gibi nice iş adamı ve politikacıyı ülkeye kazandırmış yokuşun esnafı şimdi göğü delen alışveriş merkezleri ile mücadele ediyor.Gün geçtikçe müşteri kaybeden çarşı üstüne üstlük hala Şubat ayında pek çok dükkanın kül olmasına neden olan yangının yaralarını sarmaya çalışıyor.Kalenin eteklerinde yer aldığı halde turistlerin ilgisini çekemeyen pazar simgesel değerini korumaktan öteye geçemiyor. Bu video her gün “Bismillah” deyip dükkanının kepenklerini kaldıran küçük esnafın hikayesini anlatıyor. Yönetmen: Halil Yücer, Yapım Sorumlusu: Çağla Pınar Tunçel, Sunan: Nuray Kentli Caner.
Çıkrıkçılar Bazaar is one of the important commercials structured at Ottoman Empire times is in the vicinity of Ankara Citadel. Trade and production in Anatolia were organized in Ankara including Samanpazarı, Çıkrıkçılar Bazaar, Horse Bazaar and Sheep Bazaar. Very Prominent names for Turkish economy such as Vehbi Koç and State Minister Ali Babacan used to be craftsmen at Çıkrıkçılar Bazaar and according to people interviewed for the documentary Turkish economy history were born here. However, the place that welcomed people from Ankara and nearby, is now suffering from lack of interest. The people in the video shared their opinions on the big fire occurred in February 2012 affected many shops and the fight of small retailers against big malls. Director: Halil Yücer, Executive Producer: Çağla Pınar Tunçel , Narrator: Nuray Kentli Caner.
The documentary reveals "the good, the bad and the ugly" faces of Istanbul in one of the most popular neighborhoods, Asmalımescit. The film was created by students Çağla Pınar Tunçel, Eren Bircan and Nazlı Çapar from Istanbul Bilgi University's Media and Communication Systems Master Program.
The documentary, called "Asmalımescit, (A little slice from freedom)," focuses on the importance of the area for Istanbul's economy and entertainment culture. The film includes locals complaining about the rudeness of a high number of bars owners.
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Milka Marwa is one of Nuru International's members in Kuria, Kenya. Our newest video depicts her journey since becoming part of Nuru.
"Since Nuru has come, my life has really changed. My husband and I both work on our farm. We were getting three bags of maize per acre. When Nuru came, they gave us a loan of good seeds and fertilizer. We were able to get 18 bags of maize per acre. Now [that] we have enough maize [to eat], we can sell part of it."
Milka's story is just one of the thousands of stories of individuals who have been impacted by Nuru's work in Kuria, Kenya. To learn more, visit: http://www.nuruinternational.org View the companion piece to this video, Francis: One Man's Story @ vimeo.com/15790318
Use of "The Dress Looks Nice on You" donated by Sufjan Stevens and New Jerusalem Music.
Photography donated by Troy Tertany.
Story, editing, compositing by Nuru International.