İzmir Metropolitan Municipality is hosting the first screening of Müjdat Gezen documentary. The event will begin at 3:20 on Wednesday, November 00rd. Müjdat Gezen will attend the event at the Ahmed Adnan Saygun Art Center with his family and will take the stage in the final.
The life of Müjdat Gezen, who has completed the 61st year of his art life, has become a documentary. Journalist Gökmen Ulu was the director and screenwriter of the documentary film. The Turkish premiere of the documentary will be held on Wednesday, November 3 at 20:00 in Izmir. QR code invitations for the free event at the Ahmed Adnan Saygun Art Center will be presented to the audience on Wednesday, October 27 at 10.00:XNUMX at kultursanat.izmir.bel.tr. In accordance with the pandemic rules, those who have information that there is a double dose of vaccine in the HES Code application or those who show a negative PCR test report will be able to enter the hall.
Describes family, friends and students
In the 95-minute documentary film, which will be premiered and hosted by Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, Müjdat Gezen's professional life, as well as lesser-known and never-known aspects, were also told. Gezen told about his family, friends, friends and students. The narrators include the following famous friends and students, as well as family members and childhood friends: Alper Kul, Barış Dinçel, Cem Yılmaz, Celal Ülgen, Cüneyt Arkın, Çağlar Çorumlu, Demet Akbağ, Dolunay Soysert, Erkan Can, Emre Kongar, Erol. Evgin, Ezgi Mola, Gonca Vuslateri, Günay Karacaoğlu, İlker Ayrık, İlker Başbuğ, Kandemir Konduk, Kıvanç Tiner, Mustafa Alabora, Perran Kutman, Şebnem Bozoklu, Şevket Çoruh, Temel Gürsu, Tınaz Titiz, Türkan Şoray, Aydın Türker İnanoğlu, Orhan Özden İnönü Toker, Uğur Dündar, Yasemin Yalçın, Zülfü Livaneli.
Hakkı Şahin was involved in the camera, Bulut Bardak in the editing, Samet Önder Kök in the sound and music design. Elif Gezen, the musician's daughter of the master artist, also participated in the musical, in which the compositions of Seçil Aksu were used in addition to Kök, with a special composition. Meltem Taşkıran sang the song that she made specially for the documentary and whose lyrics and music belonged to her.