#repost @senanlatkaradeniz • • • Sen Anlat Karadeniz Fransa'nın Cannes şehrinde düzenlenen, dünya televizyon içerik fuarı MIPCOM’u salladı. Reyting rekorları kırarak başlayan Sen Anlat Karadeniz’in başrol oyuncuları Ulaş Tuna Astepe ve İrem Helvacıoğlu, fuara dizinin yapımcısı ve yönetmeni Osman Sınav ile birlikte katıldı. Dünyanın en gözde yapımlarının sergilendiği fuarda en çok ilgiyi Sen Anlat Karadeniz gördü. Uluslararası yayıncıların ve yapımcıların ilgi odağı olan oyuncular, kendileriyle fotoğraf çektirmek için sıra oluşturan konuklara yakın ilgi gösterdikten sonra kırmızı halıda yürüdüler. #mipcom2018 @sinegrafofficial @atvturkiye @iremhlvcioglu @ulasastepe
Let’s talk about being alive. ________________ I mention Cannes too much and oftentimes not enough. Social judgment and self doubt pressure me to believe that I should leave this trip in my past and not relive my glory days. But to be honest, this film festival changed my course in life. • I began college in 2012 without a camera, high hopes of being the extremely few in my family to graduate, and all the belief that I can make it in the film industry as a director. • Did I know that I’d ever make it to the Cannes Film Festival? Not a chance. • I thought it was a fairytale land for filmmakers, and to be invited was like winning a golden ticket to the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory. Which when you’re there, feels just like that for filmmakers and artists alike. • But in 2015, I got the news that I’d be going to screen my film at the 69th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in May of 2016. My reaction was priceless. • I left San Francisco, my studies, and my girlfriend at the time, with all the imagination that I’d return to continue on with my normal life. But my life isn’t normal; the path I’ve chosen is never meant to be complacent, and my imagination needs to run wild to thrive. • So, when given the chance to become what I’ve always dreamt of, I accepted my fate to continue what I felt to be my opportunity to “make it.” • I left it all behind in SF and moved back to Los Angeles with a person I consider my brother, Felipe Picado, in order to pursue my passion project: Kings of the Ocean. A fictional feature based upon the stories of the ocean’s largest black market and the illegal fishermen that hunt sharks for their fins. • I mention Felipe because without him, this dream could’ve fallen flat a long time ago. So, when I win Oscars and Palme D’Ors, you’ll know why his name is in my acceptance speeches. • To conclude, there are moments and people that will drastically flip your world, and you’ll wonder, ‘why?’.