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Eytan Ipeker is an award-winning editor, director, and an experimental filmmaker based in Berlin.

The films he edited were screened at Cannes, Berlinale, Sarajevo, Visions du Réel, DOKLeipzig, DokuFest, Documenta, Viennale, and programmed by Tate Modern, Istanbul Modern, Pera Museum.  He received numerous awards for his editing work, including the European Film Award for Editing for his joint work with Özcan Vardar on Burning Days which premiered at Cannes Un Certain Regard. More recently, he edited documentaries such as Drifting (Best Documentary - DokuFest) and Hold Still / Dargeçit (Best Documentary - Istanbul Film Festival).

As director, his feature-length documentary  The Pageant (2020)  had its World premiere at Visions du Réel - International Feature Competition and was screened at Sarajevo, Jerusalem and Odessa Film Festivals. His previous work as a director include Unmade Bed (2015) and Idil Biret: The Portrait of a Child Prodigy (2015), which were screened at Istanbul, Sebastopol, Antalya, !f Istanbul and Documentarist. He is also an experimental filmmaker whose work has screened at Toronto and Edinburgh Film Festivals.

Together with his partner Yoel Meranda, he produced Albüm (2016), directed by Mehmet Can Mertoğlu. The film premiered in Cannes Critics Week where it won the France 4 Visionary Award, followed by Best Feature Award at Sarajevo Film Festival and Best First Feature at Jerusalem Film Festival. 

He speaks Turkish (native), English (very good), French (good), and German (beginner/intermediate).

 He's a member of BFS (Editors Association of Germany) and KUDA (Editors' Society of Turkey).

​• IMDB Profile 

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2010 - present
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2010 - present
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