With the graphic file "GIF" its possible to make short animations using very little data so that any internet browser can play them. Thats why, 30 years after their creation, GIFs are popular again with artists like Erdal Inci from Turkey.
Everyday thousands of cats roam the plazas and alleyways of Istanbul. The city belongs to them, but they belong to nobody. The new documentary film "Kedi" is a cinematic love letter to the wild street animals.
Would Erdogan rather be compared to Hitler or an animal? An exhibition of Turkish caricatures in Germany shows where the boundaries of free speech are in Turkey a year after the failed coup attempt.
Bugra Erol sees his future in Berlin - not in Istanbul. He's one of many Turkish artists who've fled repression. What are problems they've encountered? And how has being in exile affected their work?
In the left-behind village of Ballica, just outside Istanbul on the Asian side, Turkish authorities have established a very peculiar graveyard known as traitors' cemetery. Tom Stevenson reports.
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