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Sessiz/Bé deng - Rezan Yesilbas
- Fiction


Turquie - 2012 - 14 mn 21 s - Réalisation : Rezan Yesilbas - Scénario : Rezan Yesilbas - Image : Turksoy Gölebeyi - Décor : Tuba Ataç - Montage : Bugra Dedeoglu, Rezan Yesilbas - Son : Furkan Atlas - Interprétation : Belçim Bilgin, Cem Bender -

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Corum - Salle Pasteur Mardi 30 octobre 2012, 18 h 00
Corum - Salle Pasteur Jeudi 1 novembre 2012, 14 h 00

The year is 1984. Zeynep, who lives in Diyarbakir with her three children, wants to visit her husband in prison. Zeynep is only able to speak her mother tongue, Kurdish. However, only the Turkish language is allowed to be spoken in prison. How will she communicate in those conditions?

Rezan Yesilbas

Rezan Yesilbas completed his BA in Cinema and TV Department at Istanbul Marmara University in 2008. He wrote and directed his debut short film The Judgement in 2008, which competed in various international film festivals. He worked as the executive producer and the first assistant director with the internationally acknowledged Turkish director Zeki Demirkubuz in his feature films Envy (2008) and Inside (2012). He also worked as the executive producer for My Father’s Voice (2011) by Orhan Eskiköy and Zeynel Dogan. He is the recipient of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism script development grant for his feature film project Distances (2010) and production fund for his second short film Silent (2012) which won the Palme d’Or in Cannes Film Festival 2012.