Here are the short films: 8’den 8’e SAHİLDEKİLER / COASTLANDERS 8 to 8 Orkide ÜNSÜR – 2009 5 LİRA Serhat KARAASLAN – 2009 SU TANESİ Oğuzhan KAYA – 2008 BİR VÜCUT İKİ İNSAN Murat TAHAN – 2010 KÖY Mustafa DOK – 2009
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The closing ceremony of the 8th International Environmental Short Films Festival which was organized by Büyükçekmece Municipality and Etkin Film Prodüksiyon was taken place at Atatürk Cultural Center in Büyükçekmece on Friday 11, 2010. After the cocktail, awards ceremony has begun. Firstly Festival Director Mr. Vural Çavuşoğlu and Büyükçekmece Major Mr. Hasan Akgün have made their speeches and the winners took their prizes.
“8’den 8’e SAHİLDEKİLER / COASTLANDERS 8 to 8″ which is the first documentary about Maltepe Coastline and Süreyya Beach has won the 3rd Best Documentary Award in the competition which is only organized in national category. During the festival some foreign short films have screened from different countries such as Spain, France, Germany, England Italy and Holland.
Here are the awarded films and directors that were selected by the jury members who are Cahit Berkay (Musician), Ediz Hun (Actor), Assist. Dr. Gülin Terek Ünal (Universtiy of Istanbul Faculty of Communication), Üstün Asutay (Actor), Vural Çavuşoğlu (Director):
Category of Documentary
1st Prize: MADA (Director: Musa Ak)
2nd Prize: HALKİ HALKI (Director: Atacan Şimşek-Bulut Tar)
3rd Prize: 8’den 8’e SAHİLDEKİLER / COASTLANDERS 8 to 8 (Director: Orkide Ünsür)
Category of Live Action
1st Prize: ARTI BEŞ DERECE (Director: Şenol Çöm)
2nd Prize: SU TANESİ (Director: Oğuzhan Kaya)
3rd Prize: BEŞ LİRA (Director: Serhat Karaaslan)
Category of Animation
Best Film: BİR VÜCUT İKİ İNSAN (Director: Murat Tahan)
Murat Şener Special Prize:
Prof. Dr. Suat Gezgin, Dean of the Faculty of Communication in Istanbul University and musician İskender Doğan were awarded with special prize at the ceremony which was hosted by actor Ercan Bostancıoğlu. The night has ended by the songs of the musician Muzaffer Uludağ and also a wonderful tango performance by dancers.
* Special thanks to Ms. Çiğdem Larsen for my video and special thanks to Ms. Gül Toksoy for my picture …
“COASTLANDERS 8 to 8” has won the 3rd Best Documentary Award in 8th Istanbul International Environmental Short Films Festival, the Category of National Competition.
Festival closing and the award ceremony will be taken place at Atatürk Cultural Center in Büyükçekmece on Friday 11, 2010.
8th Istanbul International Environmental Short Film Festival will be held on June 9-11 2010 and “8’den 8’e SAHİLDEKİLER / COASTLANDERS 8 to 8” is in the category of national competition. All films will be screened at Ataturk Cultural Center in Buyukcekmece.
8’den 8’e SAHİLDEKİLER‘in (COASTLANDERS 8 to 8 ) Uluslararası Mimarlık ve Kent Filmleri Festivali kapsamında gösterim zamanı ve mekânları:
6 Ekim Salı Saat: 14:00 MİMARLAR ODASI İSTANBUL BÜYÜKKENT ŞUBESİ ANADOLU II (KARTAL)
6 Ekim Salı Saat: 16: 00 MİMARLAR ODASI İSTANBUL BÜYÜKKENT ŞUBESİ (BEŞİKTAŞ)
7 Ekim Çarşamba Saat: 18:00 BAHÇEŞEHİR ÜNİVERSİTESİ (BEŞİKTAŞ)
9 Ekim Cuma Saat: 16:00 MİMARLAR ODASI İSTANBUL BÜYÜKKENT ŞUBESİ TRAKYA (BAKIRKÖY)
9 Ekim Cuma Saat: 18:00 NAZIM HİKMET KÜLTÜR MERKEZİ (KADIKÖY)
Festival Schedule for National Films
The pre-production and production procedures of “Coastlanders 8 to 8” (8’den 8’e Sahildekiler) have finished. And we are in post production procedure. This short documentary movie can be considered a part of and also a pre-production shooting of the main documentary project about Maltepe area in the future.
We observed a summer day at Maltepe Coastline in Istanbul and interviewed couple of local people who know the old times of the area.
Due to walking and working under the hot summer sun all day long we got sunburnt very much:-) Local people were helpful for us and especially old people were very pleased to hearing about short documentary. We did shooting on the boat and extra sunset shooting in other day.
As I known before and also as I heard from the Maltepe people my short movie will be the first documentary about Maltepe Coastline.
I like this place and I’m living here for many years. I also remember the old times we spent there with swimming etc. And I’ve been still spending some part of my daily time as walking and making fitness there towards to Princes’ Islands view.