Tar’iz: The Colorful Guys of Gray City (2015) is a multiple award-winning short documentary. The documentary’s main idea is to question the ideology behind graffiti; if it is a form of art or rise against authority or social issues in the streets of Istanbul.
* 1. SEECS International Film Festival, Jury Special Award (Turkey)
* 62. International Pula Film Festival, Finalist (Croatia)
* 11. International Early Bird Film Festival, Finalist (Bulgaria)
* 2. International Viva Film Festival, Bronze Camera Award (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
* 8. TRT Documentary Awards, Student Films Category, Ministry of Culture and Tourism Special Award (Turkey)
* International Open Air Film Festival, Short Documentary Category, Finalist (Bangladesh)
* 1. International Karaköy Film Days, Closing Film (Turkey)
* 1. International The Gullah Geechee Heritage Film Festival of Horry County, Finalist (U.S.A.)
For the full version visit : https://vimeo.com/175682651
Sulukule: Gentrification Eliminated Community (2018) A project made for the AIA Chicago Foundation (Martin Roche Travel Scholarship) to study architecture as social construction or social destruction. The Turkish Romani community was living in the heart of Istanbul and how they are vanished because of gentrification and the politics playing around urban issues.
For the full version visit : https://vimeo.com/330684538/dbf69cfea1
Socialization (2016)’s main idea is to focus on how people socialize after the robust rise of Social Media.