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I took terrific care to tell this story. There is so much pain wrapped up in it. And in this episode I could only tell one little slice of the modern day version of the divided island of Cyprus. But that’s what series are for! there are three more episodes in this series and the next one will take a closer look at what this all looks like today. How it feels like to live on a divided island. Episode 3 will then go deep into the north of the island, talking to Turkish Cypriots and hearing their story. Episode 4 isn’t that serious. It’s about donkeys.
There’s no way I can tell all the stories and if you are from this island you probably have a version of these stories that doesn’t fit what I’ve told here. Please just trust I tried my best.
He’s good, and he can make music for you too: https://tfbeats.com/
Special thanks to Lakis Polycarpou, author of “August in the Vanishing City”. If you want to learn more about Famagusta, you can get his book here:
I launched a Patreon.
For anyone who likes smarter travel, Iz and I started a company: https://brighttrip.com/?ref=5
Gear that I use to make my videos: https://www.izharris.com/gear-guide
I made a super in depth course on how to learn a new language: https://brighttrip.com/course/language/
I make all my maps using this After Effects Plugin: https://aescripts.com/geolayers/?aff=77
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Johnny Harris is a filmmaker and journalist. He currently is based in Washington, DC, reporting on interesting trends and stories domestically and around the globe. Johnny’s visual style blends motion graphics with cinematic videography to create content that explains complex issues in relatable ways. He holds a BA in international relations from Brigham Young University and an MA in international peace and conflict resolution from American University.