Sunday October 21 @ 3:15pm – Hamazkayin Theatre. Rating: Family. World Premiere - 60 min. - Dialogues: Turkish, Armenian,French,Kurdish Subtitles English. Synopsis: A fascinating film where Armenians, Kurds and Turks work together to renovate two fountains which were destroyed after initially being built by the local indigenous Armenian population hundreds of years ago. The film follows the narration of Fethiye Çetin, an acclaimed lawyer and author, who tells the story of her Armenian Grandmother born in the same village, in her famous book My Grandmother. This project and the renovation of these fountains are regarded as a milestone within the context of "facing the past" in Turkey's current political climate and was made possible by the Hrant Dink foundation.