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Cagan Irmak
Çagan Irmak (name in native language)
 
Director
Scriptwriter
 
Country: Turkey
Born: 4 April 1970
 

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Cagan Irmak was born in 1970 in the city of Seferihisar in Turkey.He graduated from the Radio and Television Department of Ege University. In 1992, he won the Sedat Simani Award for two shorts he made as a student, Masal and Kurban. After graduating, he worked as an assistand director to Orhan Oguz, Mahimur Ergun, Filiz Kaynak and Yusuf Kurcenli. He made his debut feature Wish Me Luck in 2001.He is a Turkish screen writer for film and television and also a director, Cagan has a high profile in Turkey in particular for a TV series Çemberimde Gul Oya, which ran from 2004 to 2005 and Asmalı Konak (2002 to 2004), and for the hit films Alone (2008) and My Father and My Son (2005), for which he received Turkish Cinema Writers Association Awards for Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Director. 
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My Grandfather"s People (2011)
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Alone (2008)
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The Messenger (2007)
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My Father and My Son (2005)
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