Vankuver Türk Filmleri Festivali 5. yılında
Vankuver Türk Filmleri Festivali 5. yılını kutluyor…
Vancouver Turkish Film Festival – VTFF
Turkish Canadian Society
After the screening of the film MORE|DAHA on Saturday night, we will hold a Q and A session with the producer of the film, Cemre Kutluay who will be with us during the Q and A, and the director, Onur Saylak who will be connecting with the spectators through Skype. The film is based on a novel by Hakan Gunday. The lovely hosts; Melanie Friesen from VIFF and Nural Sumbultepe from VTFF will be facilitating the Q and A.
Onur Saylak and Cemre Kutluay worked on many successful projects together; most notably Daha (More) and Şahsiyet (Personality) based on Hakan Günday’s novels. Onur Saylak is also known in Turkey for the TV drama series, “Vatanım Sensin”, (You are my Country) also known as Wounded Love.
Cumartesi akşamı, DAHA|MORE filminin gösteriminin hemen ardından, sizlerle bir Soru-Yanıt oturumu gerçekleştirilecek. Melanie Friesen ve Nural Sümbültepe’nin ev sahipliği yapacağı bu Soru-Yanıt oturumunda filmin yapımcısı Cemre Kutluay ve yönetmeni Onur Saylak izleyicilerle birlikte olacak.
Onur Saylak ve Cemre Kutluay bu zamana kadar bir çok projede birlikte yer aldılar. Gözümüze çarpanlar arasında, Hakan Günday’ın romanlarından betimlenen Daha filmi, Şahsiyet ve Vatanım Sensin dizileri bunlardan sadece birkaçı.
DATE AND TIME
Fri, 2 Nov 2018, 6:30 PM –
Sun, 4 Nov 2018, 11:00 PM PDT
SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
149 West Hastings Street, 3rd Floor, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4
Our world has faced a stream of horrific images and stories from six years of cruelty in Syria. The war remains very real irrespective of our capacity to understand and care.
VTFF is hosting its annual panel discussion, this time, concerning the Syrian Tragedy. This theme was prompted by two powerful Turkish films that feature the experiences of Syrian Refugees in Turkey. “The Guest” will precede the panel and “More” will screen later at night.
The panel consists of distinguished experts from various universities. Stories must be told now. Films must be shown and conversations must be had about this heart-wrenching issue.
Join us at 1:45 pm on Saturday, November 3 at SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts