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Hunger
Directed by
Güçlü Aydogdu

Turkey / 2013 / 2:16
minutes

US Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
A deadly game played by a family of four.
BIO:
Güçlü Aydogdu is a Turkish filmmaker and photographer living in Ankara, Turkey. He found out his love for visual arts in his early childhood, when his grandfather taught him how to use a photo camera and even process his own films in the dark room. Later, he carried on with his hobby and decided to give a chance to moving images as well. Eventually, he studied at the Department of Communication and Design in Bilkent University and graduated in 2011 achieving to get his Bachelor's degree in 3 years, as the top of the class, with High Honors.

He has taken active part in several projects as director, dp and editor both at school or at corporate business. Hunger is his first short film after his graduation, and a debut for his professional approach towards being an auteur.

MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Yelena Esirgün, Unit Ortaç, Günes Uydas, Layna Palanci
Producer(s): Güçlü Aydogdu
Director(s): Güçlü Aydogdu
Screenwriter(s): Güçlü Aydogdu
Cinematographer(s): Görkem Tas
Editor(s): Güçlü Aydogdu
Production Designer(s): S. Ceren Sagbas
Composer(s)/Music: Son Feci Bisiklet
Sound Designer(s): Ufuk Onen
 
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