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Anons (© La Biennale di Venezia)

The film Anons ("The Announcement") directed by Mahmut Fazil Coşkun, in which the HfG Karlsruhe student Mustafa Emin Büyükcoşkun was the first assistant director, won the Jury and Critics Award at the Venice Biennale.

About the film

May 22nd, 1963. Unhappy with the existing social and political situation in Turkey, a group of military officers has planned a coup d’état to take down the government in Ankara. Meanwhile in Istanbul, their co-conspirators have undertaken the vital mission of taking over the National Radio station and making a formal announcement about the coup. But nothing goes to plan. Faced with a number of obstacles, including a sudden rainstorm, the absence of the radio station technician, a betrayal, the lack of feedback from Ankara and their own inefficiency, the conspirators scramble to keep their plan on track and announce the success of the coup – that is, if the coup in the capital has taken place at all. Based on actual events and told over the course of a single night, Anons is a wry commentary on Turkey’s uneasy political past – and present. Biting political satire meets subtle comedy in a film that highlights the absurdity of its story without ever being anything less than dead serious.

Trailer "Anons"

Director: Mahmut Fazil Coşkun
Production: Filmotto Production (Halil Kardaş, Tarık Tufan), Chouchkov Brothers (Borislav Chouchkov), BKM
Running Time: 95’
Language: Turkish
Country: Turkey, Bulgary
Main Cast: Ali Seçkiner Alici, Tarhan Karagöz, Murat Kiliç, Şencan Güleryüz
Screenplay: Ercan Kesal, Mahmut Fazıl Coşkun
Cinematographer: Krum Rodrigues
Editor: Çiçek Kahraman
Production Designer: Laszlo Rajk
Costume Designer: Tuba Ataç
Music: Okan Kaya
Sound: Boris Trayanov
Special Effects: Vega İmaj, Mehmet Ekinci, Mustafa Aktürk

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