Turkish family drama. Adviye Hanim, a grandmother who resorts to her own inimitable methods to restore peace and harmony to her brood as they face a period of upheaval and uncertainty in their lives.
Graduted from Gazi University, Faculty of Communication, Radio-Television Department. She implemented her first directing experience with the documentary titled “THE BALLAD OF KEMANCHA” (1993). Her first feature-length film “MY DADDY IS IN THE ARMY” (1994), was shown in the Panaroma segment of the Berlin Film Festival.
The second feature-length implemented in 2001 “BIG MAN, TINY LOVE” won 20 national and international prizes. Same year the film was nominated as Turkey’s Oscar candidate.
The following year, in 1994, she shot her first feature “Babam Askerde” . Her last film “Hidden Faces” won five prizes in national and international festivals.
Currently she carries on her “Script Atelier” works at Nazım Hikmet Academy and Marmara University, Fine Arts Faculty Cinema –TV Department link
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