Navarino Dialogues Portfolio

Προβολή του ντοκιμαντέρ ‘Mustafa’

  • December 7, 2009
  • Navarino Network

The Navarino Network screened the documentary drama ‘Mustafa’ as part of the event series ‘Navarino Mondays’.

The film dramatizes the biography of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who was born in Thessaloniki and from a poor and lonely child he not only became the most beloved person of a nation, but created a new state from the ashes of an empire. It is the first Turkish documentary that attempts to present the story of Kemal Atatürk -a soldier, prominent politician and great reformer- without stereotypes as a man with fears, weaknesses, aspirations and ideals.

The screening was followed by a brief discussion with Dr. Nikolas Raptopoulos, Lecturer at the University of Macedonia, about the personality, actions and overall role of Mustafa K. Atatürk in the creation of modern Turkey.

Company: ΝΤV – KO’MEDYA, 2008
Music by Goran Bregović
Runtime: 106′
Language: Turkish, Subtitles: Greek

Close Popup

Navarino Network uses cookies and other relevant technologies to facilitate the visit on this website; to help the user to have the best possible experience; to analyze traffic; to protect the website’s security.

By accepting the cookies settings, you agree to their use, in accordance with the Navarino Network Cookie Policy, where you can find information regarding cookies used by Navarino Network, and ways to set them up.


Close Popup