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Atalay Tasdiken
Born in 1964 in Beysehir, Konya, a district of central Anatolia, Atalay Tasdiken graduated from Konya’s Selçuk University with a teacher training degree in physics. In 1991, after finishing military service, he began working in advertising, learning a broad range of skills by turns as a dark room technician, media representative, copywriter and creative director. Over the next ten years, he went on to direct over 300 commercials and serve as creative director on some 30 product campaigns.

In between times, he wrote and directed Bes Numarali Kamp (Camp Number Five), a fiction film for television that was set up as a Turkish-Russian-Uzbek co-production. And three years later, in 1996, he made the documentary Güneş Bile Zor Ayrilir Bu Sehirden (Even the Sun Is Loath To Leave), a short piece about his hometown Beysehir, a place of legendary sunsets.

Mommo (The Bogeyman) is his first full-length feature film.



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