Followed by a talk with Çağdaş Erdoğan


Germany’s capital, Berlin, is the city with the largest Turkish community living outside of Turkey. Migration from Turkey to Germany, which started first with the workers recruitment agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and Turkey in 1961, has reached a new dimension since 2015 with the “New Wave” migration of students, scholars and white collars.

Çağdaş Erdoğan’s new short documentary “82 Plaka Berlin – New Migration From Turkey” produced by 140journos and bi’bak will have its premiere on the 22nd of February at 7:30pm at bi’bak with the attendance of the crew and the protagonists.

bi'bak is partnering up with Turkey’s most popular ‘counter-media’ channel 140journos for the short-film series: FROM ALMANYA WITH LOVE. The series features six short documentaries directed by Çağdaş Erdoğan, focusing on a diverse range of stories of migration from Turkey to Germany and brings to light counter-narratives against dominant stereotypes by investigating a diverse selection of backgrounds and stories.

Çağdaş Erdoğan is a photographer and artist born in 1992 in Eastern Turkey. As a photojournalist, his work focuses on minorities in the Middle East. His works have been  published in world-leading newspapers and magazines like the New York Times, Stern, The British Journal of Photography, The Times, The Guardian, İz Magazine and many others. He was selected among the ‘Ones to Watch in 2017’ by The British Journal of Photography. His first photobook titled Control was published Akina Books. He works with the video collective 140journos. He has held a fellowship at bi’bak since October 2019.