Hrant Dink’s dreams in his own voice: 'Memory too low for words'
With its premiere on January 13, the film ‘System Memory Too Low For Words’, devised and produced by Ümit Kıvanç, will recount killed journalist Hrant Dink’s dreams about Turkey and the world in his own voice ahead of his anniversary of death.
Agos Newspaper Editor-in-Chief Hrant Dink will be commemorated with the film 'System Memory Too Low For Words' ahead of the 15th anniversary of his assassination on January 19, 2007 in İstanbul.
Devised and produced by documentary filmmaker and writer Ümit Kıvanç, the film may be watched on "https://hrantdink.org/en/", the website of Hrant Dink Foundation, at 8 pm local time in Turkey on January 13.
The Hrant Dink Foundation has announced the premiere of the film in a statement on its website in the following words:
"You can watch the film on January 13 at 20.00 (GMT+3) to witness on the 15th year of his assassination, Hrant Dink's passion, which made him a target, and to hear from his own voice his dreams for Turkey and the world in these tumultuous days.
"The film 'System Memory Too Low For Words' devised and produced by Ümit Kıvanç, which transforms Hrant Dink's words into color, shape and sound, lays before us the 'errors' in the 'system' which did not allow space for Hrant Dink and his words."