"Do not forget me Istanbul" was shown at the 30th Istanbul Film Festival.

"Don't Let the Darkness Be Forgotten" was shown at the 30th Istanbul Film Festival.

"Don't Let the Darkness Be Forgotten" was shown at the International Human Rights Film Festival and forum in Geneva.

"Brutal Consciences" received the Special Jury Award at the 22nd Ankara International Film Festival.

As Film Production has been a collective of independent filmmakers in Istanbul for over ten years, bringing together filmmakers from all over the Middle East. In 2006, its co-founder Hüseyin Karabey registered it as an offical production company in order to produce "My Marlon and Brando", which has already received some international awards, thus transforming Asi Film Production into an established and successful company in the public eyes.

Resources and facilities have been built up which are now being used by a collective of filmmakers who may be temporarily based in Istanbul but tell stories from all around the region.

Asi Film produced recently "Do Not Forget Me Istanbul" with 7 international directors.

No Darkness Can Make Us Forget
Do Not Forget Me Istanbul
Brutal Consciences
Captain Kemal, a Comrade
5-Year Syndrome
To Go - "My Marlon and Brando"
He Missed His Appointment with Death
Zeynep Tanbay Dance Project
Rhapsody and Melancholy in Tokai City
Verdict - Having Considered Everything
A Breath With Pina Bausch
One Country, One Time, One Man
We Deviated From the Path
A Gift for Nazim 1
A Gift for Nazim 2
Silent Death
Boran
Lost People and Streets
Name: Aytaç
Singles House
1 May 2 Films
Etrus Camp
Coming Soon...

Asi Film is a collective company formed by independent filmmakers. It produces motion picture, documentary film, short film and international co-production projects and also provides production services to international filmmakers working on projects in Turkey.

Documentary film "We Deviated from the Path" emerged as one of the products of the campaign "Women Walking Towards Each Other" from July 6 to 14, 2002. Amargi Women's Academy Initiative undertook its production, and Perihan Tas, Nihan Gider, Banu Ozturk, Nihan Erdogan, Huseyin Karabey directed the film.

Women are both the subject and the object of the events in this film. Their stories are told with a new language, by giving the characters themselves the camera and encouraging them to turn the camera on themselves. The film is composed of the resulting confrontations. The filmmakers ask women to share their dreams from their own perspectives. Mainstream films do not generally address minority identity issues, and when they do, they have a narrow-minded approach. The defining trait of this film is its willingness to encourage women to tell their stories themselves.

Directors: Perihan Taş, Nihan Gider, Banu Öztürk, Nihan Erdoğan, Hüseyin Karabey.

Camerawomen: Perihan Taş, Nihan Gider, Banu Özturk, Nihan Erdoğan

Editors: Perihan Taş, Nihan Gider, Banu Özturk, Nihan Erdoğan, Hüseyin Karabey

Music: Kardeş Türküler, Anour Brahem Trio (Astrakan Cafe)

Type: DocumentaryProduction: Asi Film, Amargi Women's Cooperative

Production Year: 2002

Duration: 50 min.

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