The award found its owner at the Izmir International Film Festival. Organized by Astem with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and donations from the Municipality of Konak, the 4th International Izmir Festival, Turkey’s first and only mainstream vision film festival, ended with an awards ceremony in the ancient city of Agora.
In Izmir, Deniz Baysal won the Best Actress Award for 2022
Kağıttan Hayatlar (Life on Paper) and Dayı (Uncle) were screened at the festival’s awards ceremony, the first and only audience-voted film festival. Kağıttan Hayatlar in the digital film category and Dayı in the vision film category won the most awards.
“I’m from Izmir and this is my first award from Izmir, so it’s very deserving,” said Deniz Beisal, who won Best Actress in a Television Series for her role in Teshkirat.
Duygu Sarszuk, who won Best Actress in the Digital Cinema category for her role in the movie ‘Kin’, was introduced by her father, Ahmet Sarszuk, the former mayor of Konak. Duygu Sarşın “For many years I was mentioned as the daughter of the mayor of Izmir. She is now mentioned as a successful actress. I am very proud of her,” she said of her feelings. was expressed.
Ufuk her Bairakthal, who won the Best Actor Award for the film Die, which banned awards in the Vision Film category, said: Our films have won many awards,” he said.
Who is Deniz Basal?
Deniz Baysal completed his primary education at his Karşıyaka Primary School. She graduated from Lieutenant Ali Riza Akunchi Anatolian High School. She worked in Karsiyaka Municipal Theater for 10 years. She is currently studying International Trade at Celal Bayar University.
She made her first appearances in series such as Derin Sular (Deep Waters), Bitmeyen Şarkı (Endless Song) and Babalar ve Evlatlar (Fathers and Sons) which aired on FOX in 2011. She is best known for her role as Karacha Yılmaz in the television series Aşk Ekmek Hayaller. She gained a major following in the summer of 2014 with her character, Kainat Gencer, which she played in her TV series Kaçak Gelinler (The Fugitive Bride) which aired on Star TV.