1. Müzik: Anadol featuring Taner Yücel on guitars
    Video: Anadol

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    Turkey once had one of the most productive film industries in the world, with an annual production of 250 to 300 films a year. The popular films made in this ‘Yeşilçam period’ elevated copying and mixing well-known genre conventions almost to an art form. In addition, partly because of the lack of laws on copyright, many remakes of Hollywood classics emerged. From Rocky to The Exorcist and from The Wizard of Oz to Star Wars: all acquired an often bizarre Turkish version that was literally and metaphorically translated to meet local needs.
    In an industry where Turkish actors could easily play in several hundred films, every trick of the trade was fully exploited: genre clichés, borrowed soundtracks, even plagiarism. Messy rush jobs or self-conscious B-movies? Appropriating visual motifs can be either a way of establishing a dialogue with the other or holding up a fairground mirror to them.
    In his documentary essay, Cem Kaya investigates this Turkish copy culture and shows how inventively local studios tackled foreign film material; the minimum of means was used to still the continuous film appetites of Turkish audiences. In addition, he looks at the relationship between this film industry and historic and topical Turkish subjects such as internationalisation, censorship and the advent of television.















    Locarno Film Festival
    Rotterdam Film Festival
    Berlin Film Festival (Lola Section)
    Seminci Cine de Autor, Valladolid
    IDFF Yamagata, Japan
    EBS, South Korea
    Fantasia, Montréal, Canada
    Sitges Intl. Film Festival, Spain
    Fantastic Fest, Austin, USA
    Edinburgh IFF, GB
    Barcelona Docs, Spain
    Doc Aviv, Israel
    Dokfest München, Germany
    Hong Kong Asian Film Festival
    Festival do Rio, Brazil
    Göteborg Film Festival, Sweden
    Adana Golden Boll Film Festival, Turkey
    Festival on Wheels, Ankara Turkey
    !f Istanbul
    Saarbrücken Max Ophüls Preis, Germany
    Silkroad Film Festival, Dublin
    Istanbul Film Festival (On The Bridge)
    Indie Lisboa, Portugal
    Docs against Gravity, Warsaw
    Transilvania IFF, Cluj-Napoca
    Documentarist Istanbul
    German Films Madrid
    Intl. Film Festival Innsbruck, Austria
    Syros Intl. Film Festival, Greece
    Guanajuato Film Festival, Mexico
    Documentaqro, Queretaro, Mexico
    Docs DS, Mexico City, Mexico
    L´Étrange Festival, Paris
    Focus on Asia, Fukuoka, Japan
    Cine Migrante, Buenos Aires
    Sydney Underground Film Festival (Australian Premiere)
    Melbourne Underground Film Festival
    BUT Festival, Breda, Netherlands
    Festival del Cine Aleman, Buenos Aires
    Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec, Kanada
    Helsinki IFF
    Minneapolis Underground Film Festival
    Türkisches Filmfestival Frankfurt
    Film 4 Fright Fest, London
    Films from the South, Oslo (Norway Premiere)
    IFF Split, Kroatien
    Extreme Festival, Cinématheque Toulouse
    Corne d’Or FF, Montreal, Kanada
    Filmfest Osnabrück
    Boston Turkish Film Festival
    Tempofestival, Stockholm
    Colchester Film Festival, GB
    Razorreel Film Festival, Brügge, Belgium
    A Vingança Dos Filmes B, Porto Alegre, Brazil
    Turkish FF Toronto, Canada
    Dokfest, Prizren, Kosovo
    Ege Belgesel Film Günleri, Izmir, Turkey
    Isçi Filmleri Festivali, Istanbul
    Zinema Zombie Fest, Bogota, Colombia
    Monsters of Film Festival, Stockholm, Sweden
    Hawaii International Film Festival
    Turkish FF Toronto, Kanada
    Vancouver Golden Horn FF, Kanada
    Ithaca Fantastic Film Festival, USA
    Cineuropa Santiago de Compostela
    SCUM, Singapur
    Bratislava International Film Festival
    Kinofest Lünen
    Filmschau Baden Württemberg
    Shivers Genre Film Festival, Konstanz
    Turkish Film Festival New York, USA
    International Film Festival of Uruguay
    Belfast Film Festival, Northern Ireland
    Bialystok Underground Film Festival



    Documentarist Istanbul 2015 / FIPRESCI Award
    Doku Fest Prizren 2015 / Audience Award
    Shivers Film Festival 2015 / Audience Award

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  3. Official video for "Bugün Yok Ki" (Anadol version) from the kim ki o - "Grounds Remixes Album" released in 2014 on Lentonia Records.
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  4. Müzik: Anadol
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