Bilet al istanburu shows its first-ever film at Cannes
The film is called “I am a Bilet Al Isburu”.
Its director is Mehmet Oz.
The film was made by a Turkish film company called Cinetime Bilet.
The makers of the film did not know it was going to be shown at Cannes.
“Cinetime is a Turkish company and we had the opportunity to make it here,” Oz told Recode.
The director of “I Am a Beret” is Mehmed Oz, the director of the documentary film “I’m Not a Cat” and the creator of “Ciao Elle”.
Mehmet and Mehmet are the only two Turkish actors in Cannes.
I’m a B.O. (First of its kind) has already won the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes for best documentary.
“We were all really excited, to be honest,” Oz said.
“I think it’s the first time in Turkey that we’ve had a film that’s been nominated for a Grand Jury award, in a film category.”
Cintime Bilet has made several films at Cannes before, including “Istanbul” and “Hate Crimes”.
It is known for its documentaries about the Armenian Genocide.
I am a Cat was nominated for Grand Jury.
It was nominated by the British Film Institute, the BFI, the Royal Society and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
“The Armenian Genocide is an issue that’s deeply embedded in Turkish society,” Oz added.
“It’s a subject that we’re really passionate about.
It’s something that we feel strongly about.
I don’t know what the Armenians are thinking or thinking of.’ “
People say: ‘But you know what?
I don’t know what the Armenians are thinking or thinking of.’
I say: Yes, I do.
But I don.
I don of course, have an opinion.”
Oz said the film was about Turkey’s history.
“What I think of Turkey is that there is a very strong history of Armenians and Turkey and the Turkish state,” he said.
Oz said he wanted the film to be seen as “a warning to the world”.
The film has been released theatrically in Turkey and Iran, and in France.
It premiered at Cannes last week.
Cinlife Bilet is now working on a second film, called “My Dog” about the life of the pet dog “Myo” in Istanbul.
Oz told me the film would be based on an interview he had with Myo.
Oz had to convince Myo to participate in the film, as he had already written the script.
“Mydog” lives in Istanbul and was rescued from a cage.
The owner of the dog, “Kazmaz,” is a well-known comedian in Istanbul, who Oz says was the first comedian in Turkey to be interviewed by a film.
“He’s one of the most well-rounded characters I’ve ever seen,” Oz explained.
“His character is very complex.
Oz also spoke about how “Circles” is a story about Istanbul. “
When you get to know him, you get a lot of insights into what it’s like to be in the middle of a political struggle.”
Oz also spoke about how “Circles” is a story about Istanbul.
“If you’re looking at the history of Istanbul, it’s one thing, but what’s really amazing about Istanbul is that it’s so dynamic,” Oz revealed.
“As an artist, I feel like it’s important for me to get into the culture and history of this place. “
I think the film will have a very positive impact on the Turkish public and will be a great example for Turkish people about how to look at history.” “
As an artist, I feel like it’s important for me to get into the culture and history of this place.
I think the film will have a very positive impact on the Turkish public and will be a great example for Turkish people about how to look at history.”
Oz told us that the film’s success was thanks to “the amazing Turkish audiences” who are watching the film.
Cinsime Bilet will also be doing another documentary about the history and culture of Istanbul.
The directors of “My Dogs” and Oz’s “Catch Me if You Can” said the movie was a tribute to their dogs.
“They are like the family of my dog,” Oz says.
“Even the dog who’s sitting in the back seat with us, he looks up to us.”
Oz is not the only Turkish actor in Cannes, as other Turkish actors including Mehmet Ceykap and Nabil Dusan are also being honored at the festival.