TULLIANA In Post-Production

Two zoologists are on a journey in Anatolia, researching the extinct Anatolian panther. Their quest for the panther make them question themselves and what they know. They will find much more than the panther they were seeking.

Cast
Görkem Kasal, Münir Can Cindoruk,
Ali Seçkiner Alıcı, Muttalip Müjdeci, Tarhan Karagöz, Feridun Koç, Sezin Bozacı, Berna Koraltürk, Sencar Sağdıç, Mustafa Batur, Muhlis Berberoğlu, Turhan Alıcı, Emre Yücel, Serap Üsküplü


Writer & Director Orçun Köksal
Producers Alara Hamamcıoğlu, Sinan Kesova, Arda Çiltepe (Vigo Film)
Kadir Doğulu (Alim Yapım)
Orçun Köksal (Varyant Film)
Director of Photography Orçun Özkılınç
Production Designer Natali Yeres
Sound Ahmet Burak Gürbüz
Original Score Muhlis Berberoğlu
Line Producer 
Önder Önsal
Editor Semih Gülen
First Assistant Director Mustafa Emin Büyükcoşkun

Set Decorator Gökşen Gündoğdu
Key Grip Kemal Albal
Focus Puller Osman Yılmaz
Gaffer Suat Kaya
Production Assistant
Cemil Gök
Second Assistant Camera Tomris Candan Canbulat
DIT Arif Yıldırım

Boom Operator Serdar Güçsav
Bestboy Bilal Karaduman

Art Dept. Assistants Ali Furkan Gezer, Doğa Güneykaya
Transportation Mehmet Kocaboğa, Celil Karadağ, Ali Baltacı, Hulusi Ekren




FUNDED BY
Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism | General Directorate of Cinema

SELECTED PLATFORMS
2019 Sarajevo Film Festival | Cinelink Co-Production Platform
2019 Bosphorus Film Festival | Bosphorus Film Lab 
2018 Malatya International Film Festival | Film Platform


DIRECTOR'S BIOGRAPHY

Born in Izmir in 1978. He studied Fine Arts in Mimar Sinan University. From 2005 to 2010, he took part in Semih Kaplanoğlu’s Bal (2010) (awarded Golden Bear at Berlinale 2010), Süt (Venice Orizzonti 2008) and Yumurta (Cannes Quinzaine des Réalisateurs 2007) films as a co-scriptwriter. Köksal won numerous awards, including “Best Screenplay” at the 44th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, “Mahmut Tali Öngören Best Screenplay Award” and "Best Screenplay" at the 40th SİYAD (Turkish Film Critics' Association) for Yumurta. His first feature film project Anatolian Panther received production funding from the General Directorate of Cinema.