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Nefin Dinc, assistant professor at State University of New York Fredonia, has an M.F.A. in documentary film production from the University of North Texas. She got her bachelor’s degree from Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science. After working in the TV industry in Ankara she decided to strengthen her theoretical background in media and she got her Master’s degree on Media and Culture in Strathclyde University, Glasgow.
After returning back to Turkey she started working in Istanbul as a 1st assistant director for feature films, documentaries and TV commercials. In 2002 she started to study at University of North Texas to get her Master of Fine Arts degree on documentary filmmaking and she graduated from UNT in 2005.
She directed her first documentary "The Republic Train" for Turkish Radio and Television in 2000 and got the Best Documentary Film of the Year Award by Journalists Association of Turkey. Among the films she has directed, produced, and edited is the recent documentary about Greek refugees and their music entitled, “Rebetiko: The Song of Two Cities.” The film was screened at many national and international film festivals.
"I Named Her Angel" is her M.F.A thesis film on Whirling Dervishe.
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