Organized by: Departments of Archaeology, and Communication and DesignEver since Harrison Ford alias Indiana Jones cracked his whiplash to cast off venomous snakes and vicious Nazis alike, archaeology and archaeologists were banned on celluloid in many dimensions. From the blood-soaked
The short film “Okyanus” | “If” directed by Naz Önen under Digital Video Production I course in Fall 2014 took part in both the Biennial Edition of CinéWomen magazine and Hrant Dink Foundation‘s “Films About Conscience” Selection. The film is
The “Sıfıraltı” crew is formed in 2015 by COMD students; Melih Aydınat, Can
Koçak, Tolga Daysal and Çağlasın Yılmaz to participate in The İstanbul 48
Hour Film Project 2015.
The short movie, called “WC” received the best cinematography award.
“Vis-a-Vis team is formed in 2013 by COMD students to participate in The İstanbul 48 Hour Film Project. We collaborated with different people, new people are added to the core team. During these two years, various people from different schools took
Bilkent COMD alumni Nisan Dağ’s (‘08) debut feature (co-directed with Esra Saydam) “Deniz Seviyesi / Things I Cannot Tell” won six awards including the “Best Director” at the 21st Adana Golden Boll Film Festival. A Turkish-US joint production Things I Cannot
Films of two Bilkent COMD alumnae have been selected for the prestigious 33. Istanbul Film Festival. Nisan Dağ’s (‘08) debut feature (co-directed with Esra Saydam) “Deniz Seviyesi / Things I Cannot Tell” will be competing for the National Golden Tulip.
Renowned filmmaker Leonard Retel Helmrich met with Bilkent students on March 18th. Mr. Helmrich led a workshop on his influential film technique “Single Shot Cinema” with COMD students.
Leonard Retel Helmrich is Dutch cinematographer and filmmaker of Indonesian descent.