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Neslihan Kültür Wins Best Film Award Once Again

Neslihan Kültür Wins Best Film Award Once Again
Neslihan Kültür's film 'Köşe Başı Beklerim' received the best film award at the Istanbul International Spring Film Festival.

Neslihan Kültür, who works as an educator and researcher within our faculty, was awarded the best film award by the jury of the Istanbul International Spring Film Festival, which was held on March 15, 2024 at the Zübeyde Ana Culture and Art Center within Beşiktaş Municipality, for her last feature film 'Köşe Başı Beklerim', which was shot in 2022 in partnership with the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism. 

As the Faculty of Communication, we congratulate Kültür, who has previously won the best film award from International Adana Altınkoza, SIYAD Best Documentary Award, Denmark Camera Eye National Documentary Jury Award, International Women Directors Film Festival, European Independent Film Festival, Lift Off Filmmaker and many other film festivals, and wish her continued success in her career.

Movie Plot: Reflecting a caravanserai, bus stations host all kinds of people. Adana Bus Station also reflects a caravanserai where we witness different lives that include many people. We witness the life of the character Hatice, who works as a restroom attendant in a crowded male shopkeeper, which is challenging but at the same time a representation of hope. Produced and directed by Neslihan Kültür, this documentary is the second series of the documentary trilogy titled 'One Day I Will Die Too', in which she holds a camera to the character of a gravedigger who has represented our country with great success in many national and international film festivals. The last project of the trilogy is planned to be a documentary titled 'Philosophers without Diplomas', which will start shooting very soon. 

The director's previous films are: "Adana Burma", "Köşebaşı Beklerim", "Birgün Ben de Öleceğim", "Durak", "Tavan Arası", "Hani Benim Kalemim", "Çok İyi Günler", "Bank TV"