HaricAdam Film is a full-service, independent production company focused on creating digital media of the highest quality. The word "HaricAdam" speaks of create awareness, genius, or intellectual and idea. HaricAdam are people whose lives intertwine, who depend on one another, who share values about life together, who see and seek larger truths.
HaricAdam Film is comprised of a committed group of professionals who have an intense enthusiasm and devotion to film and other visual media, and a desire to work together to tell stories of significance.
We seek to create unforgettable moments that remind others of our common humanity--to inspire, encourage, comfort, expose, challenge--and to bear witness in our works to the reality, the beauty, the excitement and the mystery of life.
We aspire to produce films that are a form of art--not merely to entertain, but to provoke emotion and reflection, incite action, and have long-lasting effects on those who experience them.
He was born in Turkey in 1988. He completed elementary, middle, and high school in Istanbul. Throughout his education, he carried out many artistic activities in school and other social areas. In 2009 he was accepted into the Istanbul Halic University Conservatory. He graduated from the same school in 2013. He studied music, acting and film directing.
He went to Los Angeles to learn better methods in the film industry. He was part of the team that organized the 1st Hollywood Turkish Film Festival in Los Angeles in the fall of 2017. In 2018, he worked as an assistant director for music videos, live broadcasts, and TV programs in Los Angeles. He returned to Turkey after completing his education in America.
He is the founder of "Haric Adam Film" in Turkey. His first short film, "The Wasted Effort," written and directed. This short film created worldwide awareness. "The Wasted Effort" met with the audience at many festivals around the world. This movie is the beginning of a long career for projects that benefit humanity.
His other short films, "The Secret in the Purgatory" and "The 100+1 in the Quarantine," written and directed.