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Halit Refiğ

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Halit Refiğ 5 March 1934, İzmir – 11 October 2009, İstanbul was a Turkish film director, film producer, screenwriter and writer He made around sixty films, including feature films, documentaries and TV serials He is considered to be the pioneer of the National Cinema movement and the initiator of the production of TV serials in Turkey

Contents

  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Censorship
  • 3 Academic life
  • 4 Death
  • 5 Filmography as director
  • 6 Producer
  • 7 Screenwriter
  • 8 References
  • 9 Sources
  • 10 External links
  • 11 Bibliography
    • 111 Published screenplays
    • 112 Non-fiction memoirs, essays
    • 113 Further reading

Biography

Halit Refiğ graduated from Şişli Terakki High School in 1951 and studied engineering at Robert College in Istanbul

Refiğ directed his first films in 8mm while he served as a military reserve officer in Korea, Japan and Ceylon He wrote articles on cinema at newspapers in 1956 and published the Sinema Dergisi magazine together with Nijat Özön He began his career as Atıf Yılmaz's assistant in 1957 together with Yılmaz Güney He worked as scriptwriter for Atıf Yılmaz and Memduh Ün His directorial debut was Forbidden Love Yasak Aşk 1961 His 1962 film Stranger in the City was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival

In the 1970s, with the decline in Turkish cinema, he started to work extensively for TV In 1974, he contributed as an instructor to the first cinema education programs initiated by the Istanbul State Fine Arts Academy the Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts of today where he started to work as lecturer in 1975 In 1975, he directed the TV series Aşk-ı Memnu Forbidden Love which was aired on the Turkish Radio Television, TRT This TV serial is considered to be the first miniseries on Turkish television stations In 1978, he wrote a script for a documentary about the life of Mimar Sinan on commission from the Mimar Sinan University The project was not completed but the script was published

In 1999, on commission from the then Prime Minister Bülent Ecevit, he began developing a feature film project titled Devlet Ana Mother State, to be released on the 700th anniversary of the establishment of the Ottoman Empire The project was going to be conducted in collaboration with the Mimar Sinan University MSU In 2001, Refiğ stated that he will not collaborate with MSU and thus the project was not realized

Censorship

Refiğ's 1979-81 adaptation of Kemal Tahir's novel, Yorgun Savaşçı, for TRT, where he served as an advisor, was banned from broadcast by TRT on accounts of incorporating scenes which were anti-Atatürk, anti-Turkish Independence War, and pro-Çerkes Ethem A commission of seven people comprising three colonels, a representative of the Ministry of Interior, a representative of the press office of the Prime Minister, two TRT representatives, and Turgut Özakman, the director of the Turkish State Theatres, representing the Ministry of Culture, was formed on order from President Kenan Evren and Prime Minister Bülent Ulusu and the prints were burnt in 1983 by TRT director Macit Akman, at the furnaces of the Turkish General Staff printhouse under the supervision of the said commission This censorship caused public controversy A surviving copy surfaced in 1993 and the 8-episode miniseries was broadcast in its entirety on TRT

Academic life

He lectured at the University of Wisconsin in 1976, where he directed The Intercessors, and at Denison University in Ohio in 1984, where he shot In the Wilderness with his students He was given the title of "Honorary Professor" by Marmara University in 1997

Death

He suffered from cholangiocarcinoma and died on 11 October 2009 in Istanbul, aged 75 He was interred in the Zincirlikuyu Cemetery two days later, following the funeral service held at Teşvikiye Mosque

Filmography as director

  • Seviştiğimiz Günler 1961
  • Yasak Aşk 1961
  • Şehirdeki Yabancı 1962
  • Gençlik Hülyaları 1962
  • Şafak Bekçileri 1963
  • Gurbet Kuşları 1964
  • Şehrazat 1964
  • Evcilik Oyunu 1964
  • İstanbul'un Kızları 1964
  • Canım Sana Feda 1965
  • Güneşe Giden Yol 1965
  • Haremde Dört Kadın 1965
  • Kırık Hayatlar 1965
  • Erkek Ve Dişi 1966
  • Üç Korkusuz Arkadaş 1966
  • Karakolda Ayna Var 1966
  • Can Yoldaşları 1966
  • Kız Kolunda Damga Var 1967
  • Bir Türk'e Gönül Verdim 1969
  • Yaşamak Ne Güzel Şey 1969
  • Adsız Cengaver 1970
  • Sevmek Ve Ölmek Zamanı 1971
  • Ali Cengiz Oyunu 1971
  • Çöl Kartalı 1972
  • Acı Zafer 1972
  • Aşk Fırtınası 1972
  • Fatma Bacı 1972
  • Kızın Varmı Derdin Var 1973
  • Cennetin Kapısı 1973
  • Sultan Gelin 1973
  • Vurun Kahpeye 1973
  • Yedi Evlat İki Damat 1973
  • Aşk-ı Memnu 1975 TV
  • Arabulucular 1977
  • Yaşam Kavgası 1978
  • Yorgun Savaşçı 1979 TV
  • Leyla İle Mecnun 1982
  • O Kadın 1982
  • Beyaz Ölüm 1983
  • İhtiras Fırtınası 1983
  • Alev Alev 1984
  • Ölüm Yolu 1985
  • Paramparça 1985
  • Son Darbe 1985
  • Kıskıvrak 1986
  • Teyzem 1986
  • Yarın Ağlayacağım 1986
  • Kızımın Kanı 1987
  • Kurtar Beni 1987
  • Kızım Ve Ben 1988
  • Hanım 1988
  • Karılar Koğuşu 1989
  • İki Yabancı 1990
  • Zirvedekiler 1993 TV
  • Köpekler Adası 1996
  • Affet Bizi Hocam 1998 TV
  • Kerem 1999
  • Affet Beni Hocam 2000
  • Zeynep Öğretmen 2000 TV
  • Gelinlik Kız 2000
  • Sara ile Musa 2000 TV
  • Midasın Düşü 2000 TV
  • Gençlik 2000

Producer

  • Yaşamak Hakkımdır 1958
  • İstanbul'un Kızları 1964
  • Canım Sana Feda 1965
  • İki Yabancı 1990

Screenwriter

^ abcd "Aşk-ı Memnu değil Kaynanalar" Milliyet in Turkish October 19, 2009 Retrieved October 21, 2009 
  • ^ "Director Halit Refiğ passes away" trtenglishcom October 11, 2009 Retrieved October 21, 2009 
  • ^ "3rd Moscow International Film Festival 1963" MIFF Archived from the original on 2013-01-16 Retrieved 2012-12-01 
  • ^ a b "Prominent Turkish director Halit Refiğ dies at 75" Hurriyet Daily News October 11, 2009 Retrieved October 21, 2009 
  • ^ "Film director, lecturer Halit Refiğ laid to rest" Hurriyet Daily News October 13, 2009 Retrieved October 21, 2009 
  • ^ <http://wwwsinanasaygiorg/etkinlikaspaction=detay&haberID=85 Yarım Kalmış bir Film Tasarısı: "Koca Sinan">
  • ^ Güney Elbir, Nurbanu October 15, 2009 "'Komisyonda olmam büyük talihsizlikti'" Akşam in Turkish Archived from the original on October 18, 2009 Retrieved October 21, 2009 
  • ^ Çıtak Koygun, Pınar 2009-10-13 "Halit Refiğ'in eşinden son veda" Milliyet in Turkish Retrieved 2009-10-13 
  • Sources

    • This article incorporates text translated from the Turkish Wikipedia article Halit Refiğ, licensed under the GFDL
    • Biography of Halit Refiğ in Turkish

    External links

    • Halit Altug Refig on IMDb

    Bibliography

    Published screenplays

    • Refiğ, Halit 2009 Puşkin Erzurumda Dergah Yayınları, Sinema İletişim Dizisi, İstanbul ISBN 978-975-995-176-4
    • Refiğ, Halit 2009 Koca Sinan Dergah Yayınları, Sinema İletişim Dizisi, İstanbul ISBN 978-975-995-175-7
    • Refiğ, Halit 2009 Şeytan Aldatması Alfa Basım Yayım Dağıtım, Senaryo Dizisi, İstanbul ISBN 978-605-106-114-6
    • Refiğ, Halit 2009 Gazi ile Latife: Mustafa Kemal'in Yaşamından Bir Kesit Alfa Basım Yayım Dağıtım, Senaryo Dizisi, İstanbul ISBN 978-605-106-032-3
    • Refiğ, Halit 2006 Aşk ve Ölüm Senaryoları Doğan Kitapçılık, İstanbul ISBN 978-975-293-450-4

    Non-fiction memoirs, essays

    • Refiğ, Halit; eds Gültekin, D Ali; Zileli, Irmak 2009 Doğruyu Aradım Güzeli Sevdim Bizim Kitaplar Yayınevi, İstanbul ISBN 978-9944-1-5966-1
    • Refiğ, Halit; ed Gültekin, D Ali 2007 Tek Umut Türkiye Bizim Kitaplar Yayınevi, İstanbul ISBN 978-9944-1-5916-6
    • Refiğ, Halit & Hristidis, Şengün Kılıç 2007 Sinemada Ulusal Tavır Türkiye İş Bankası Kültür Yayınları, İstanbul ISBN 978-9944-88-064-0
    • Refiğ, Halit 2002 Doğu Batı ve Türkiye 10 Yılda Nereden Başladık Nereye Geldik Ufuk Kitapları, İstanbul ISBN 978-975-6571-18-7
    • Refiğ, Halit 2000 Gerçeğin Değişkenliği Kemal Tahir Ufuk Kitapları, İstanbul ISBN 978-975-6714-04-1

    Further reading

    • Maraşlı, Gülşah Nezaket 2007 Bir Halit Refiğ Filmi Elips Kitap, İstanbul ISBN 978-975-8971-00-8
    • Adiloğlu, Fatoş 2006 Sinemada Mimari Açılımlar: Halit Refiğ Filmleri Es Yayınları, İstanbul ISBN 978-975-8716-40-1
    • Türk, İbrahim 2001 Halit Refiğ Düşlerden Düşüncelere Söyleşiler Kabalcı Yayınları, İstanbul ISBN 975-8240-41-2
    Awards
    Preceded by
    established
    Golden Orange Award for Best Director
    1964
    for Gurbet Kuşları
    Succeeded by
    Atıf Yılmaz
    Preceded by
    Ömer Kavur
    Golden Orange Award for Best Director
    1989
    for Hanım
    Succeeded by
    Halit Refiğ
    Preceded by
    Halit Refiğ
    Golden Orange Award for Best Director
    1990
    for Karılar Koğuşu
    Succeeded by
    Yavuz Özkan

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