Turkey's biggest documentary film on Armenian-Turkish relations will
be auctioned

March 31, 2012 | 13:46

ISTANBUL. - The Istanbul Compulsory Enforcement Service has auctioned
`Sari Gelin' (`The Bride of Mountain' in Armenian; `Blonde Bride' in
Turkish), Turkey's biggest-ever documentary film devoted to
Armenian-Turkish relations.

The aforesaid Service informed that the film is being put up for sale
because the company that created it cannot repay its debts, Haberler
news agency of Turkey informs.

`Sari Gelin' will be auctioned off with a starting price of 50,000
Turkish liras (approx. US$ 30,000), which will include the
authorization for the release of the film's episodes in DVD and VCD

The documentary was filmed in thirteen countries. The six-part film
consists of interviews conducted with 160 people, and with respect to
Armenian-Turkish relations.

`Sari Gelin' will be auctioned on April 12. But if it is not sold on
that day, a second auction will be held on April 18.