Gazanfer Biricik born April 15, 1977 in Saint-Dié-Des-Vosges in France is a Turkish-French director and screenwriter. He is known for the short film GAB which he wrote and directed in January 2018 for which he won 10 times best director award.
He wins in total 82 awards and reaches 61 nominations in total for all his works. (according to Imdb)
He start the 7th art in October 2010 by taking courses in actor studio at Acting International in Paris in France. He attend several in-depth theater and cinema sessions from March 2011 to the end of June 2011.
He decides to join the Luc Besson Masterclass from June 12 to June 14, 2014. After this masterclass he says : "This training allowed me to have a broader vision of the making of a film, starting from the pre-production, through the production of the film on a professional film set, up to post-production. I can tell you that since that I have changed my whole vision of making a film. "It is a privilege to have followed this Masterclass provided by a film star like Luc Besson. Certainly the greatest French director of all time. This experience that I will never forget marks a turning point in my conception of directing."
He makes his first professional short film "Le Tombeur / The Heartthrob" in 2015. The latter not succeed in achieving unanimous support, he is literally forgotten, but with the success in 2018 of the short film GAB, he was brought to light, integrates festivals and obtains 28 awards and 15 nominations (according to the Imdb).
Thanks to the success of the short film GAB, Gazanfer BIRICIK was one of the pre-selection jury of the Izmit International Short Film Festival of 2020 and is again pre-selection jury in 2021 which will take place in Izmit in Turkey.