Florent Herry (SBC) is a French cinematographer born in 1963. He graduated from IAD – Institut des Arts de Diffusion– and made his cinematography debut with Andre le Magnifique, winner of the Special Jury Award at the Paris Film Festival. In 1998, he started his collaboration with Reha Erdem, one of the most prominent Turkish directors, as cinematographer on Erdem’s feature Run for Money, Turkey’s official submission to the 73rd Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Since then, Herry kept working on all the following films directed by Erdem, providing for each of them a very refined and complex visual style which granted him many awards at the important festivals around the world. He won best cinematography award from the Association of the Cinema Critics SİYAD for Times and Winds (2006) and then for My Only Sunshine (2008). For Cosmos (2009) premiering at the Panorama section of the Berlin International Film Festival 2009 – he won the Golden Orange Award at the Antalya Film Festival. He was honored at the Brussels International Film Festival’s Cinelab Awards for Jîn (2013), which premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival. For Big Big World (2016) which got special jury prize at Venice Film Festival’s Orizzonti Competition, Herry received best cinematography award from Adana Altın Koza Film Festival. He has also worked often with documentary filmmaker Pierre Stine mainly in En Terre Inconnue documentary series for France 2.

Films

Snow and the Bear (Kar ve Ayı)

Snow and the Bear (Kar ve Ayı)

Turkey, Germany, Serbia

Snow and the Bear (Kar ve Ayı)

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Big Big World
2017

Big Big World (Koca Dünya)

Turkey
2017

Big Big World (Koca Dünya)

Teenagers Ali and Zuhal grew up together in an orphanage with a bond as strong as siblings. When Ali moves out on account of his…

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