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Fatma of the Forest

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Language  Turkish
Director  Suha Arin
Country  Turkey
Fatma of the Forest Fatma of the Forest Tahtac Fatma on Vimeo
Release date  1979 (1979)

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Fatma of the Forest (Turkish: Tahtacı Fatma) is a 28-minute color Turkish documentary film directed by Süha Arın. It was first shown in 1979, the International Year of the Child.

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The film shows the life of a 12-year-old girl with the woodcutters in the forests of the high Taurus Mountains. It documents child labor and the harsh lives of those logging for the Turkish Ministry of Forestry.

Crew

  • Director: Suha Arın
  • Assistant Director and Editor: Nesli Çölgeçen, Cemal Karman, Kemal Sevimli, Yalcin Yelence
  • Director of Photography: Hasan Ozgen
  • Camera: Savas Guvezne
  • Music Arrangement: Mehmet Erenler, Nevit Kodallı
  • Awards

  • First Prize in The International 3rd Balkan Film Festival (1979)
  • International Damascus Film Festival Silver Sword Award (1979)
  • Antalya Film Festival Golden Orange Award (1979)
  • First Prize in The Short Film Competition of Turkey Ministry of Culture (1979)
  • References

    Fatma of the Forest Wikipedia


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