Ramazan Kılıç who was born in Ağrı, East of Turkey 1993 studied Cinema-Tv, and Literature at İstanbul Şehir University in Istanbul. His latest film “The School Bus” competed in many prestigious film festivals. Including, Clermont-Ferrand, Leeds, PÖFF Shorts, Odense, Palm Springs, Indy Shorts, and Bogoshorts. And, he was involved as a producer for The Moisture which will have its World Premiere at 79th Venice International Film Festival in the Orizzonti Short Film Competition.
Through a toy camera we see the protagonist’s memories as if in a photo album. A change of perspective challenges the viewers to question their own positions and highlights the topic of forced migration in a completely new way.
Memed who is distant from his beloved confronts with the enemy at Gallipoli War with his five fellows. During the conflict, two of his fellows die as a martyr. In the trench, with Memed, Sergeant Hasan and Ali survive. By running out of ammunition, the three soldiers who stuck in the trench are helpless to the brutality of the war.
The Moisture / Co-producer
The film focuses on teacher İshak, who is doing his compulsory duty in a pathless village in Anatolia, and questions the forms and consequences of humanity's struggle with evil as it
tinkers with the concepts of guilt and innocence in pursuit of a missing female student.
The School Bus
Nebahat, a teacher in her 20s, has just been appointed to a rural village school in Anatolia. She realizes that her students are struggling to arrive at school, hitchhiking tractors, using whatever means they can find. She asks the Ministry of Education for a shuttle, but without a driver, the vehicle is useless. So, she decides to be the bus driver for her students but she does not know how to drive!
Things Unheard Of
A little girl tries to put a smile back on her grandmother’s face after the disappearance of her television, her only window on the world.