Göbekli Tepe is regarded by some as an archaeological discovery of the greatest importance since it could profoundly change the understanding of a crucial stage in the development of human society. Ian Hodder of Stanford University said, "Göbekli Tepe changes everything". If indeed the site was built by hunter-gatherers as some researchers believe then it would mean that the ability to erect monumental complexes was within the capacities of these sorts of groups which would overturn previous assumptions.
Date Taken:October 1, 2018
Country of Origin:Turkey
Camera:Canon EOS 600D
Focal Length:18 mm
ISO / Film:100
Ferhat Atik was born on 11 August 1971 in Nicosia in Cyprus. He completed his primary and high school education in Arabahmet Primary School, ŞehitHüseyinRuso High School and LefkoşaTürk Secondary School respectively. He studied economics, communication and cinema both local and abroad for his undergraduate, post-graduate and doctorate degrees.
His first book, was called Silk Road. Then the sequence with the 2006 Autumn, 2009 and 2011, the two entering the market in Turkey and the Toy Car, in 2011 and 2012, Double Port, which was published in "While" books. He also works in the field of cinema, located in the Ferhat Atik's novel and constructed himself wrote in the autumn, "the key", a feature-length film was the first 35 mm feature film in Northern Cyprus. Ferhat Atik, is married and has a child.
He has published over five thousand articles in various gazettes and journals both local and abroad which brought him great number of awards. He undertook TV and Radio programs, directing, production and presenting under Bayrak Radio and Television Institution of TRNC State Radio and Television. He is the first announcer for Bayrak FM, which first broadcast in July 1994 and Kıbrıs FM in 1997 under Bayrak Radio and Television Institution.
Over fifty research and scientific articles on media were published locally and abroad. He has attended over 50 conferences, seminars and workshops as a speaker and administrator regarding the same concept. He was the founder and member of board for many NGOs. He attended as jury for thesis, short film and media. He acted as trainer and director for many educational groups regarding his field. He provided training for scenario, novel, prose and philosophy literature.
Atik was the editor for the first internet gazette Kimgazet of Cyprus while during the same period he published articles, research, poems, essays and stories in Kıbrıs Gazetesi and Dördüncü KuvvetMedya and also in many local and international journal, gazette, internet, literature journal, thought and philosophyjournal and also edited various books other than his own books and scenarios.
His first book İpekYolu (Silk Way), is an essay and poem type of book. It was published as double print in 1997 and 2001. He also has a crime fiction featured to be the first in Cyprus which was published on December 2006 named Sonbahar (Fall). He has a novel published in 2009, named OyuncakAraba (Toy Car) describing "love in the middle of the war" and also sold in Turkey. He has been a coordinator in TRNC Higher Board of Broadcasting since it was founded and a daily columnist in social media (#FerhatAtikYazilari) since his contributions to GünlükBetikGazetesi and Star KıbrısGazetesi. He is a member of 11 literature organisations based in America, Europe, Turkey and Eurasia.
Beside his short films and scripts Atik has series scripts from "SeherVakti" and the novel of 'OyuncakAraba' and a feature-length film from the novel of Sonbahar. Atik also has a poetry book named 'ÇifteLiman' (Double Port) published in September 2011. The feature-long film Anahtar turned into screenplay from the novel named Sonbahar and produced by Prequel Production and was premiered as a 'preview' in the 48th International Antalya Golden OrangeFilm Festival, also screened as a 'preview' in 31st Istanbul Film Festival on 4 April 2012 and was released on 9 March 2012 in TRNC and 8 June 2012 in Turkey thus emerging as the first 35mm featured-long film of North Cyprus. Furthermore, the ÇifteLiman poem book and Cyprus' first "Apple Application"-OyuncakAraba of FerhatAtik- had the 2. Press byDestekYayınları in central Istanbul and sold across Turkey in February 2012. Atik also penned a biographic novel- "VakitVarken" (When there is still a Time) –via Cyprus' famous and rooted families; Adem Kaner and Vedat Kaner Brothers' lives and published on 8 April 2012 as the first for its type in North Cyprus. Atik, an occupy filmmakers and occupy writers activist, is married and a father of one.