I've Come And I'm Gone

Direction
Year
2011
Country
  • Turkey
Duration
15min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

This documentary is on street sellers who sells different kind of things but use same way, their voices. One of them sells cake on street, one of them repairs the quilt on the street, one of them announces the discounts in the market. “I've come and I'm gone” tells that how important human voices is in marketing.

Details

  • Original title
    Ben Geldim Gidiyorum
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Metin Akdemir
  • Editing
    Barış Konbal
  • Sound
    Suat Alhan
  • Duration
    15 min (1-15 min.)
  • Year
    2011
  • Country
    • Turkey
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Awards
    • 1st Mozaik Short Film Festival Best Documentary Film 2011
    • 12th Golden Saffron Film Festival Best Amateur Documentary Film 2011
    • 18th Adana Golden Ball Mediterranean Short Film Competition Special Jury Prize 2011
    • 6th Datca Golden Almond, Documentary Competition, Second Prize 2011
    • 4th DukaFest Sarajevo Best Director 2011
    • 8th. Akbank Short Film Festival Best Documentary Film 2012
    • 5th İnönü University Short Film Festival Best Documentary Film 2012
    • 2nd King Midas Short Film Festival Second Prize Documentary Film 2012
    • 5th Mediterranean Split Film Festival Best Short Film 2012
    • 2nd Golden Shutter Second Prize 2012
    • 5th Crystal Clapper Fatih University Second Prize
    • 26th Montenegro Film Festival Special Jury Awards
    • 17th Sarajevo Film Festival Competition of Documentary Finalist
    • 6th South and Eastern Film Festival Netherland
    • 14th İstanbul International 1001 Documentary Film Festival
    • 6th Eastern and Neighbours Film Festival Ultrecht Netherland
    • 6th Karaburun Science Conference
    • 5th Documentarist Film Festival

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