Between the 1960s and 1970s, Turkey boasted the title of one of the largest centers of film producers in the world, despite its film industry suffering from a chronic creative deficit: the lack of writers. In order to maintain the flow of filming, Turkish producers copied scripts and plots from international productions. So for any successful title such as Tarzan, Dracula or Star Trek, there came to be a Turkish version. This documentary introduces us to the golden age of Turkish popular cinema when directors had to be quick and actors tough. Locarno 2014.
É documentarista e desenvolve trabalhos com found footage. Já trabalhou com estudos culturais e edição. Seus filmes incluem Die Kalte Platte (2003), Do Not Listen! (2005) e Arabeks – Gossensound und Massenpop (2010).