The Future of Documentary-Making in Turkey

Panel Discussion

April 16, 2016 / 17:00

Panelists: Necati Sönmez, Reyan Tuvi, Can Candan
Moderator: Tül Akbal

Pera Film hosts a series of events in the context of the 35th Istanbul Film Festival, organized by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (IKSV). As part of the event series, Necati Sönmez, Reyan Tuvi, Can Candan come together with moderator Tül Akbal for a panel discussion on Saturday, April 16th at 17:00.

Moderated by the chairman of SIYAD, the Turkish Film Critics Association, documentarians Necati Sönmez, Can Candan, and Reyan Tuvi will be discussing the current state of documentary-making in Turkey, within a scope that ranges from funding to film production, exhibition and distribution, examining problems and resolutions. 

Free of admissions. The talk will be in Turkish.
Limited space, drop in.

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