Filmmaking makes me feel I can be myself, without someone having to say to me what I need to do or tell. I love doing documentaries, talking to people and feel their stories. I try to tell their stories, according to my personal life experiences.
Born in Turkey in 1973, I had to leave my country at the age of 5 because my father, a university professor, was killed by terrorists. I lived in France for 8 years and then in Italy, as my mother was Italian.
I define me as a Turkish Italian man who traveled a lot. I felt different in my live for all the different experiences I had, comparing to "normal" people.
My passion was music and arts. I then discovered filmmaking as a way of communicating my feelings and emotions through other people stories.
I'm still working on a documentary on the story of my father, Bedrettin Comert, as I recently wanted to discover my roots and the relationship with my father.
  • Filmmakers (1 Credit)
    I thought I was different2018
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  • Producer (1 Credit)
    I thought I was different2018
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  • Writer (1 Credit)
    I thought I was different2018
    Documentary
  • Director (1 Credit)
    I thought I was different2018
    Documentary
Birth Date
June 18, 1973
Birth City
Ankara
Current City
Rome
Gender
Male
Filmmaking makes me feel I can be myself, without someone having to say to me what I need to do or tell. I love doing documentaries, talking to people and feel their stories. I try to tell their stories, according to my personal life experiences.
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