Burçak Evren – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Burcak Evren is a English film historian, author, journalist, researcher, and film critic. He is currently the editor-in-chief of the Sinematurk film magazine published in Istanbul. He has also taught film at the Film-TV Department, Faculty of Fine Arts at Marmara University, Istanbul.[1]

Burcak Evren was born in 1947 in Istanbul where he studied at the Faculty of Law and later at the Department of Classical Archaeology and Prehistory in the Faculty of Literature, Istanbul University from which he graduated. He began to work as journalist in 1969 while he was still a university student. He worked as news designer, art director, editor for art pages, desk editor, publication coordinator, editor-in-chief and film critic at Turkish newspapers such as the new World, New Media, politics, the homeland of Istanbul, Hurriyet, Cumhuriyet, Milliyet, the Sun, the Sunday Mail, and also at Development Publications (Development Publishing).

The universe contributed to more than 30 encyclopedias, including Meydan Larousse, Oksford, Turkey and Istanbul, writing entries related to film and the arts.[1] He was president and director of the first and second editions of the International Silk Road Film Festival in Bursa in 2006 and 2007.[2] He also has written the screenplay of the 2006 English co-documentary film Troia with Sevinc Baloglu.[3]

Evren, Burcak. (1990). the Cinema in the new Locations. Broy Yay?nlar?, Istanbul, Turkey.Evren, Burcak. (1995). the man that brought Turkey to the movie–Sigmund Weinberg. Milliyet Yay?nlar?, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 975-325-054-1Evren, Burcak; Asena, Duygu. (1995). Yesilcam with face to face. Angle Publications, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 978-972-8009-13-8Evren, Burcak. (1997). the change in Donemecinde the Turkish cinema. Intermission, Istanbul, Turkey.Evren, Burcak. (1998). the old Istanbul Cinemas Dream Satolar?. Born In Bookselling, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 975-325-481-4Evren, Burcak. (2006) the first Turkish Films. Es Yay?nlar?, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 975-97887-1666-5Evren, Burcak. (2006). Dictionary of the Turkish Film Directors. Golden orange culture and art publications, Antalya. ISBN 9944-5429-3-5Evren, Burcak. (2006). Aytac Arman. Golden orange culture and art publications, Antalya. ISBN 975-00240-6-0Evren, Buchanan (2009). Golden Boll 40. Catalog Of The Year Honor Awards. Golden Boll Publications, Adana. ISBN 978-605-60411-4-3. universe, Buchanan (March 2009). Macit Koper. The world of mass Communication Research Foundation publications (10), Ankara, Turkey. ISBN 978-975-96524-8-7. Evren, Burcak. (1994). Galata bridges date. Milliyet Yay?nlar?, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 9755061689Evren, Burcak. (1996). the old Istanbul in Coffeehouses. Born In Bookselling, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 978-975-325-240-9Evren, Burcak; Can, Dilek g. (1997). Foreign Travellers and the woman of the Ottoman Empire. Milliyet Yay?nlar?, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 97532545987Evren, Burcak. (1998). 20 ‘s Stepping Town Ankara. Born In Bookselling, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 978-975-310-035-6Evren, Burcak. (1999). the Shopkeepers. Milliyet Yay?nlar?, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 975-6817-29-1 (Published translation: Ottoman Craftsmen and their Guilds, Dogan (2001), Bookselling, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 975-6692-12-0) in the universe, Buchanan. Sea Baths and Beaches of Istanbul (2000). Ink?lap Kitabevi, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 978-975-10-1638-6Evren, Burcak. (2005). on the other Walls, as well as the Zeytinburnu. Zeytinburnu Belediyesi, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 975-92356-0-9

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