Giyotin Film
  Completed  - 2018    According to some sources of Ancient Greek and Roman historiography, the "mythical" Amazon female Warriors originated in Pontus, a location which is today a part of Turkey's Black Sea Region.  Compiled from the texts of “History” by Herodotus, “Iliad” by Homer, “Promotheus Bound” by Aesychylus ,“Argonautica” by Appollonius Rhodius, “Library of History” by Diodorus of Sicily, “The Fall of Troy” by Quintus of Smyrna, “The Gothic History” by Jordanes, “Geography” by Strabo and “Hippocratic Collection” by BC Pseudo-Hippocrates, the film ANDROKTONES retells the Amazon myths in the Turkish language, through the sparring words of a female and male narrator.    Set in an Amazon theme park built in the Black Sea city of Samsun, ANDROKTONES takes a plunge at how the historical legacy of the Amazons is still very much subjective, and how the suffocating patriarchal voice defies time, language or geography.    Genre: Short, Experimental, Documentary (9.44’)    Written and Directed by : Emine Yıldırım  Produced by : Giyotin Film  With the Voices of : Ezgi Çelik, Gökçen Gökçebağ, Eleni Varmazi  Cinematography by: Ramin Matin  Sound Design : Oğuz Kaynak  Executive Producer: Eleni Varmazi    Funded by : Yeni Film Fonu

Androktones

  Completed  - 2018    According to some sources of Ancient Greek and Roman historiography, the "mythical" Amazon female Warriors originated in Pontus, a location which is today a part of Turkey's Black Sea Region.  Compiled from the texts of “History” by Herodotus, “Iliad” by Homer, “Promotheus Bound” by Aesychylus ,“Argonautica” by Appollonius Rhodius, “Library of History” by Diodorus of Sicily, “The Fall of Troy” by Quintus of Smyrna, “The Gothic History” by Jordanes, “Geography” by Strabo and “Hippocratic Collection” by BC Pseudo-Hippocrates, the film ANDROKTONES retells the Amazon myths in the Turkish language, through the sparring words of a female and male narrator.    Set in an Amazon theme park built in the Black Sea city of Samsun, ANDROKTONES takes a plunge at how the historical legacy of the Amazons is still very much subjective, and how the suffocating patriarchal voice defies time, language or geography.    Genre: Short, Experimental, Documentary (9.44’)    Written and Directed by : Emine Yıldırım  Produced by : Giyotin Film  With the Voices of : Ezgi Çelik, Gökçen Gökçebağ, Eleni Varmazi  Cinematography by: Ramin Matin  Sound Design : Oğuz Kaynak  Executive Producer: Eleni Varmazi    Funded by : Yeni Film Fonu

Completed - 2018

According to some sources of Ancient Greek and Roman historiography, the "mythical" Amazon female Warriors originated in Pontus, a location which is today a part of Turkey's Black Sea Region.

Compiled from the texts of “History” by Herodotus, “Iliad” by Homer, “Promotheus Bound” by Aesychylus ,“Argonautica” by Appollonius Rhodius, “Library of History” by Diodorus of Sicily, “The Fall of Troy” by Quintus of Smyrna, “The Gothic History” by Jordanes, “Geography” by Strabo and “Hippocratic Collection” by BC Pseudo-Hippocrates, the film ANDROKTONES retells the Amazon myths in the Turkish language, through the sparring words of a female and male narrator.

Set in an Amazon theme park built in the Black Sea city of Samsun, ANDROKTONES takes a plunge at how the historical legacy of the Amazons is still very much subjective, and how the suffocating patriarchal voice defies time, language or geography.

Genre: Short, Experimental, Documentary (9.44’)

Written and Directed by : Emine Yıldırım

Produced by : Giyotin Film

With the Voices of : Ezgi Çelik, Gökçen Gökçebağ, Eleni Varmazi

Cinematography by: Ramin Matin

Sound Design : Oğuz Kaynak

Executive Producer: Eleni Varmazi

Funded by : Yeni Film Fonu

  FESTIVALS   Flying Broom Women’s Film Festival   Documentarist   CICA Museum- Experimental Video and Art Exhibition

FESTIVALS

Flying Broom Women’s Film Festival

Documentarist

CICA Museum- Experimental Video and Art Exhibition