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Firuze Karaoğlu

Firuze was born in Zonguldak – Turkey in 1988. She moved to İzmir in the first year of high school, and then after graduation came to İstanbul in 2007, where she started to study at the İstanbul Technical University in the faculty of architecture to become an urban planner. After finishing her third year in the university, she took a break to do European Voluntary Service in Thessaloniki -Greece for a year. During that period, she also travelled in Europe. She finished her first project ‘There is no Planet B’ in a workshop she participated in the Netherlands in addition to a couple of one minute  spots about eco-friendly living. Her first short film ‘Narrated By Athens’ was completed in June 2011 (produced by Balkans Beyond Borders NGO) and screened in the Doc Next Mini Cinem at the international documentary festival in Amsterdam in November 2011.  Her second short film ‘Homeros 32356’,  which is about a real story of  a Greek man who was sent to a workcamp in Germany during WWII, was completed in the summer of 2011 and went online with subtitles in four languages.

Firuze says:

I am an anti-perfectionist, a major procrastinator, a child of Peter Pan and a big fan of Catcher in the Rye. My favorite director is Wes Anderson, and my favorite planet is Pluto. Hopefully some of them will somehow relate to the North Aegean Narratives Project.”

 

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