Mustafa Kara, born in 1980, was graduated from the Department of Radio and Television of the Cumhuriyet University. His debut feature in 2006 was Hope Island, a co-production between Turkey and the United Kingdom. In 2009, he founded “Karafilm Productions” with Nermin Aytekin. Cold of Kalandar, his second feature film, is the fruit of years of work after many documentary and commercial films.

Accolades

Mustafa Kara
Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2016

Mustafa Kara

Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2016

Mustafa Kara

Cold of Kalandar (Kalandar Soğuğu)

A celebration of the irrepressibility of the human spirit in the face of hardship, set in a Northern Turkish village. High in the mountains Mehmet barely…

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Mustafa Kara
Young Cinema Award, 2016

Mustafa Kara

Young Cinema Award, 2016

Mustafa Kara

Cold of Kalandar (Kalandar Soğuğu)

Winner, Young Cinema Award, 2016 Mustafa Kara, born in 1980, was graduated from the Department of Radio and Television of the Cumhuriyet University. His debut…

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Nermin Aytekin and Iván Angelusz and János Rózsa and Mustafa Kara
Best Feature Film, 2016

Cold of Kalandar (Kalandar Soğuğu)

Best Feature Film, 2016

Cold of Kalandar (Kalandar Soğuğu)

Winner, Best Feature Film, 2016 A celebration of the irrepressibility of the human spirit in the face of hardship set in a Northern Turkish village.…

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Films

Cold of Kalandar
2016

Cold of Kalandar (Kalandar Soğuğu)

Turkey, Hungary
2016

Cold of Kalandar (Kalandar Soğuğu)

Winner, Best Feature Film, Achievement in Cinematography, Young Cinema Award, 2016 A celebration of the irrepressibility of the human spirit in the face of hardship…

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