I contributed to this report as freelance journalist. "The terrorists rented an apartment in the Fatih district of Istanbul, where one of the attackers left behind his passport, the Turkish government source said. The attack was "extremely well planned with ISIS leadership involved," the source said. Turkish police visited the Fatih area and showed neighbors … Continue reading CNNi: ISIS leadership involved in Istanbul attack planning, Turkish source says
I was among the 110 Journalists invited to participate EYMD and EYE which was held by European Parliament in Strasbourg and had a chance to interview with the vice president Mairead McGuinness. In this small piece I am questioning: "Can Northern Ireland Peace Process used as a model for Kurdish Conflict in Turkey?" published by an … Continue reading Video Interview with the Vice President of the European Parliament
Contributed to this video story as freelance line producer and reporter. "In the early hours of Sept. 2, the family crowded onto a small inflatable boat on the beach of Bodrum, Turkey. A few minutes into the journey to Greece, the dinghy capsized. Alan, his older brother Ghalib and his mother Rihanna all drowned, joining … Continue reading TIME: Alan Kurdi’s Story: Behind The Most Heartbreaking Photo of 2015
Contributed to this project as video editor and post production supervisor. the video documentary “on the traces of abrıskil” is focusing on the socio-cultural and political motives of the north caucasian region in the case of abkhazia by also following the myths and rituals which constructs the basic facts of the community. click here to … Continue reading maumau production: on the traces of abrıskil documentary
Directed, edited and produced this documentary for Transterra Media. "The ancient village of Hasankeyf, located in southeast Turkey is said to be one of the oldest continually inhabited settlements in the world. Situated on the banks of the Tigris river, this picturesque village has settlement activity and artifacts pre-dating the Mesopotamian era. However, in 2015, … Continue reading Transterra Media: Drowning Civilizations: Turkey Dams Threaten Villages in Mesopotamia
A Short Documentary about the families who were displaced from their homes in Kobane and their hope to go back. Directed and Produced by Ibrahim Karci and Sine Ergun. Special Thanks to: Emin Baran, Arif Seletli, Pelin Sarigul Suruc, 2014 Short Documentary: We're Gonna Have Our Tea Back Home from Ibrahim Karci on Vimeo.