Gökhan Tiryaki was born in Istanbul, Turkey in 1972, and studied economics at Anadolu University. He worked for the national station Turkish Radio and Television (TRT) as a cameraman, shooting several TV films and documentaries between 1991 and 1996. Since 1996 Gökhan Tiryaki has been working as a cinematographer. He has received several awards for his cinematography including Best Cinematography for Three Monkeys (2008)at the Yes¸ ilçam Awards, Best Cinematography for Climates (2006) at the 2006 Thailand World Film Festival, a Mosfilm Special Award for Three Monkeys, and a nomination for Achievement in Cinematography in the 2008 APSAs.

Accolades

Gökhan Tiryaki
Best Cinematography, 2008

Gökhan Tiryaki

Best Cinematography, 2008

Gökhan Tiryaki

Three Monkeys (Us Maymun)

Gökhan Tiryaki was born in Istanbul, Turkey in 1972 and studied economics at Anadolu University. After graduating, Gökhan initially worked in the TV and documentary…

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Gökhan Tiryaki
Best Cinematography, 2011

Gökhan Tiryaki

Best Cinematography, 2011

Gökhan Tiryaki

Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Bir Zamanlar Anadolu'da)

Winner, Achievement in Cinematography, 2011 Life in a small town is akin to journeying in the middle of the steppes: the sense that “something new…

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Films

Three Monkeys
2008

Three Monkeys (Us Maymun)

Turkey, France, Italy
2008

Three Monkeys (Us Maymun)

Winner, Achievement in Directing, 2008 A family dislocated when small failings blow up into extravagant lies, battles against the odds to stay together by covering…

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Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
2011

Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Bir Zamanlar Anadolu'da)

Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2011

Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Bir Zamanlar Anadolu'da)

Winner, Achievement in Cinematography, Achievement in Directing, Jury Grand Prize, 2011 Life in a small town is akin to journeying in the middle of the steppes:…

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Winter Sleep
2014

Winter Sleep (Kiş Uykusu)

Turkey, France, Germany
2014

Winter Sleep (Kiş Uykusu)

Winner, Achievement in Directing, 2014 Set in remote Cappadocia, Central Anatolia, Winter Sleep focuses on a half-empty small village in the wintry off-season. The film…

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