Fuat Uzkınay (b. 1888 - İstanbul, d. 29 March 1956 - İstanbul) was the first Turkish filmmaker. After finishing İstanbul Highschool, he took physics and chemistry classes at İstanbul University. While he started to work at a high school as a principal, there was a growing interest in cinema among the Ottomans. Uzkınay started to give lessons at his school in order to make his students familiar with cinema. Despite the fact that numerous cinemas existed in İstanbul, Uzkınay campaigned for the building of a Turkish-owned cinema, which opened on 19 March 1914. The name, "The National Cinema", would change later to "Ali Efendi sineması". Meanwhile he learned to use the projector from Sigmund Weinberg, who was the first man to introduce the cinema to the Ottomans.

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  • Fuat Uzkınay (* 1888; † 29. März 1956 in Istanbul) war ein türkischer Kameramann und Regisseur. Uzkınay drehte als türkischer Reserveoffizier 1914 den ersten Film der türkischen Filmgeschichte. Es handelte sich um einen Dokumentarfilm über den „Zusammenbruch des russischen Monuments“. Ayastefanos'daki Rus Abidesinin Yıkılışı wurde erstmals am 14. November 1914 öffentlich gezeigt. Uzkınay war auch danach noch stark als Regisseur und Kameramann in der frühen türkischen Filmbranche aktiv. (de)
  • Fuat Uzkinay (ur. 1888 w Istambule, zm. 1956 tamże) – turecki reżyser i producent filmowy, pionier kina. Nazywany pierwszym tureckim twórcą filmowym, autor filmu dokumentalnego Zniszczenie rosyjskiego pomnika w San Stefano (org. Ayastefanos Abidesinin Yıkılışı, 1914), uznawanego długo za pierwszy film w dziejach kinematografii tureckiej. (pl)
  • Фуат Узкынай (тур. Fuat Uzkınay; род. 1888, Стамбул, Османская империя, умер 29 марта 1956, Стамбул, Турция) — первый турецкий кинематографист. (ru)
  • Fuat Uzkınay (b. 1888 - İstanbul, d. 29 March 1956 - İstanbul) was the first Turkish filmmaker. After finishing İstanbul Highschool, he took physics and chemistry classes at İstanbul University. While he started to work at a high school as a principal, there was a growing interest in cinema among the Ottomans. Uzkınay started to give lessons at his school in order to make his students familiar with cinema. Despite the fact that numerous cinemas existed in İstanbul, Uzkınay campaigned for the building of a Turkish-owned cinema, which opened on 19 March 1914. The name, "The National Cinema", would change later to "Ali Efendi sineması". Meanwhile he learned to use the projector from Sigmund Weinberg, who was the first man to introduce the cinema to the Ottomans. While in the army, on 14 November 1914 he made the documentary film "Ayastefanos'taki Rus Abidesinin Yıkılışı", depicting the destruction of the Russian Monument at Ayastefanos. This 150mt. film is known as the first documentary film of the Turkish Cinema. One year later, he founded, on the order of General Enver Paşa, the "Central Army Cinema Department". Sigmund Weinberg was the Chairman of the department and Uzkınay was his assistant. One year later, Uzkınay succeeded Weinberg in that position. He received education in Germany on film production. He completed his first movie "Himmet Ağa'nın İzdivacı" in 1918, despite many difficulties he encountered. In 1954, he retired from the Turkish army and died in 1956. (en)
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  • Fuat Uzkınay (* 1888; † 29. März 1956 in Istanbul) war ein türkischer Kameramann und Regisseur. Uzkınay drehte als türkischer Reserveoffizier 1914 den ersten Film der türkischen Filmgeschichte. Es handelte sich um einen Dokumentarfilm über den „Zusammenbruch des russischen Monuments“. Ayastefanos'daki Rus Abidesinin Yıkılışı wurde erstmals am 14. November 1914 öffentlich gezeigt. Uzkınay war auch danach noch stark als Regisseur und Kameramann in der frühen türkischen Filmbranche aktiv. (de)
  • Fuat Uzkinay (ur. 1888 w Istambule, zm. 1956 tamże) – turecki reżyser i producent filmowy, pionier kina. Nazywany pierwszym tureckim twórcą filmowym, autor filmu dokumentalnego Zniszczenie rosyjskiego pomnika w San Stefano (org. Ayastefanos Abidesinin Yıkılışı, 1914), uznawanego długo za pierwszy film w dziejach kinematografii tureckiej. (pl)
  • Фуат Узкынай (тур. Fuat Uzkınay; род. 1888, Стамбул, Османская империя, умер 29 марта 1956, Стамбул, Турция) — первый турецкий кинематографист. (ru)
  • Fuat Uzkınay (b. 1888 - İstanbul, d. 29 March 1956 - İstanbul) was the first Turkish filmmaker. After finishing İstanbul Highschool, he took physics and chemistry classes at İstanbul University. While he started to work at a high school as a principal, there was a growing interest in cinema among the Ottomans. Uzkınay started to give lessons at his school in order to make his students familiar with cinema. Despite the fact that numerous cinemas existed in İstanbul, Uzkınay campaigned for the building of a Turkish-owned cinema, which opened on 19 March 1914. The name, "The National Cinema", would change later to "Ali Efendi sineması". Meanwhile he learned to use the projector from Sigmund Weinberg, who was the first man to introduce the cinema to the Ottomans. (en)
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