(1) “Ikwé”: This experimental film from Canada is the re-imagining of a generational conversation and passage of traditional knowledge between a woman and her grandmother moon.  The film weaves the narrative of one woman’s (Ikwé’s) intimate thoughts with the teachings of her grandmother, the Moon.  (2) “In the Village of Poets”: The people of a small Turkish village in northern Cyprus, called “The Village of Poets,” remarkably have worked on their own for a long time to preserve a sixteen-century Greek church.

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Cyprus (Britannica)

Hidden Mediterranean History/Histories: The Church of the Panagia tou Potamou in Kazafani (Ozanköy), Cyprus (Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies)

Ojibwe (Wikipedia)

Ozanköy, North Cyprus (Essential Cyprus)

Winnipeg Film Group