Sibel Guvenc has the film screening of In the Penal Colony and Hungarian Salami at Unijazz in Prague at 7pm on December 9th, 2015.

"Annyeong Erkin", a 22 minute music documentary, is completed in June 2015.

Kybele Films is in post production of feature length music documentary "Reflections of Invisible".

Kybele Films shoots the piano concert of Hyun Sook Tekin playing Chopin Scherzo op.20 and Lizst Paganini on June 24, 2014.

Sibel Guvenc shoots Istanbul Symphony Orchestra and Hyun Soon Tekin for a documentary film "Annyeong Erkin" portraying a Korean pianist living in Turkey and being the first Korean pianist performing Ulvi Cemal Erkin's piano concerto.

Kybele Films wraps a commercial for Pradaxa, client of Pyksys Teknoloji on Jan. 27, 2014.

Sibel Guvenc shoots Dorfmeister&Krueder's Peter Krueder on July 28, 2013 for the music documentary "Reflections of Invisible" in production.

Sibel Guvenc films EPK/the recording of Juan Garcia Herreros Snow Owl's new album "Normas" in Vienna on June 10-13, 2013.

Sibel Guvenc shoots Jef Giansily Trio on May 23, 2013 at Nardis Jazz Club in Istanbul.

Sibel Guvenc interviews and shoots the concert of Serkan Gurkan with his Strings Inspirations Quintett on April 16, 2013 for the feature length music documentary REFLECTIONS OF INVISIBLE.

Sibel Guvenc interviews Ebru Ayarci, percussionist and instructor working with young kids on Jan. 21, 2013 for the feature length music documentary REFLECTIONS OF INVISIBLE.

Sibel Guvenc films Sabri Tulug Tirpan's new album "My Blue Color" release concert on Jan. 17, 2013.

Sibel Guvenc interviews Cigdem Borucu, composer and instructor on Jan. 15, 2013.

Ferit Odman, drummer, is interviewed on Jan. 11, 2013 for REFLECTIONS OF INVISIBLE, a feature length music documentary.

Tanya Kalmanovitch, Canadian violist and violinist is interviewed at the concert of 100th birthday salute to John Cage on Dec. 29, 2012.

An interview with Kerem Gorsev and his trio concert is filmed on December 24, 2012 for REFLECTIONS OF INVISIBLE.

On December 23rd, 2012, Kybele Films shoots the release concert of the bass player Ozan Musluoglu's latest album "My best Friends are Pianists" with renown jazz pianists and composers from Turkey such as Kerem Gorsev, Sabri Tulug Tirpan, Ali Perret, Jef Giansily, Baki Duyarlar, Cagri Sertel, Uraz Kivaner, Elif Selen Gulun, Ercument Orkut, Can Cankaya, Ayse Tutuncu and Serkan Ozyilmaz.

An interview with Rahmi Oruc Guvenc, the founder of TUMATA and Tumata Music Group is filmed on the welcoming day of their Sufi Tour, Dec. 10, 2012.

Kruder & Dorfmeister's Peter Kruder is filmed in Istanbul on Nov. 23rd, 2013.

On Nov. 14, 2012, Sibel Guvenc films the concert rehearsal of Snow Owl with the founder and bass guitarist Juan Garcia Herreros, percussionist Robert Quintero, trumpet player Alexander Wladigeroff, drummer Stoyan Yankoulov and pianist Sabri Tulug Tirpan.

Kybele Films interviews Martin Kerschbaum for conducting "Mevlana the Alchemist Symphonic Poem" composed by Sabri Tulug Tirpan, November 13, 2012.

Venezulian contemporary classical music composer Jorge Sanchez Chiong is interviewed for REFLECTIONS OF INVISIBLE, November 13, 2012.

Kybele Films interviews Austrian superstar Michael Pogo Kreiner and Brazilian drummer Fernando Paiva da Silva, November13, 2013, Vienna, Austria.

Kybele films Mozart's The Magic Flute opera by Sinfonia Piccola conducted by Argentinian conductor Pablo Boggiano for the documentary REFLECTIONS OF INVISIBLE on November 11, 2012 in Horn, Austria.

Orchesterwelt, an orchestra honoring the contemporary orchestral works from live composers, is portrayed in REFLECTIONS OF INVISIBLE.

The principal photography of REFLECTIONS OF INVISIBLE, a feature length music documentary is commenced on November 10, 2012 in Vienna, Austria.

Secrets wins a Silver Award as Best World Music Video at 43rd WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, 2010.

The Almond Sorters is screened at L'Aquila International Film Festival in Italy on December 18, 2009.

The Almond Sorters is screened at WIFT Short Film Showcase on March 9, 2010 in Toronto.

The Almond Sorters is broadcasted on City TV, October 2009.

The Almond Sorters is screened at Art Gallery of Hamilton on September 25, 2009.

The Almond Sorters, a musical directed, written and produced by Sibel Guvenc for Michael Occhipinti's 2009 Juno Award Nominee Album "The Sicilian Jazz Project" is aired at Ragusani nel mondo broadcast in Ragusani, Italy in September 2009.

You can view Hungarian Salami at NSI Online Film Festival. There is an audio interview with Sibel Guvenc talking about the process of making the film, her inspiration and collboration with the creative team.

Secrets, a music film for Maryem Tollar's 2009 Juno Award Nominee Album "Cairo to Toronto" is completed on June 2, 2009.

Kybele Films wraps the production of a music film, Secrets for Maryem Tollar's 2009 Juno Awards Nominee Album "Cairo to Toronto"directed, written and produced by Sibel Guvenc - May 10, 2009.

The Almond Sorters wins a Platinum Award as Best Jazz Music Film in 42nd WorldFest International Film Festival and was screened on April 18, 2009 at 3pm in Houston, USA.

The Almond Sorters is screened at Reelworld Film Festival on April 17, 2009 at Carlton Cinemas, Toronto.

Sibel Guvenc is a Bravo!FACT award winner to shoot Secrets for Maryem Tollar's 2009 Juno Awards Nominee Album "Cairo to Toronto".

The Almond Sorters is aired at CBC in April 2009.

The Almond Sorters, a musical directed, written and produced by Sibel Guvenc for Michael Occhipinti's 2009 Juno Award Nominee Album "The Sicilian Jazz Project" is airing on an upcoming special episode of "Bravo!FACT Presents" celebrating the Juno Awards at 7:30 pm ET/4:30 pm PT, Sunday 22 March 2009 on Bravo. There will be an interview with Michael Occhipinti about jazz music in Canada. The episode will be re-run at 8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT Friday 27 March on Bravo!. It will also air on 'A' in Victoria BC on Saturday 28 March at 11:00 pm local time, and in Ontario on 'A' in Barrie, London, Windsor, and Wingham on Saturday 28 March at 6:30 pm local time.

Kybele Films wraps the production of a musical, The Almond Sorters, Michael Occhipinti and The Sicilian Jazz Project directed, written and produced by Sibel Guvenc on October 6, 2008.

Sibel Guvenc is a Bravo!FACT award winner to shoot The Almond Sorters a musical from Michael Ochhipinti's The Sicilian Jazz Project.

Canadian Turkish Film Society presents two films by Sibel Guvenc on October 26, 2008.

Palette is invited to participate in HDFEST's curated showcase of films.

Hungarian Salami is considered for Canada's Top Ten Shorts by Toronto International Film Festival Group, Oct, 2007.

The screenplay of Hungarian Salami is a part of the curriculum of Advanced and introductory Screenwriting at Grant MacEwan College, Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing in Edmonton, Alberta.

Hungarian Salami is screened at Edmonto International Film Festival in competition on Oct. 1, 2007.

Sibel Guvenc is invited to 2007 Toronto International Film Festival Talent Lab.

Hungarian Salami is screened at Boston International Film Festival on June 10, 2007.

Hungarian Salami is nominated for 60th Yorkton Golden Sheaf Awards for Best Comedy, 2007.

In the Penal Colony is sold to Big Film Shorts for worldwide distribution, February 17, 2007.

Sibel Guvenc is invited as a special guest to 12th Kolkata Film Festival in India. Shoma A. Chatterji, internationally acclaimed multipe award winning film crictic, wrote about In the Penal Colony, an award winning short film directed and produced by Sibel Guvenc based on Franz Kafka's short story. Chiranjib Basu, a poet, filmmaker and journalist is making a documentary about Sibel Guvenc. For more information and articles, please visit In the Penal Colony News.

Sibel Guvenc has been awarded one of the eight director’s chair positions in the 2007 session of The Women In the Director’s Chair Workshop in Banff.

Fantasy Worlwide International Film Festival Seminar, Friday October 27th, 2006, 4pm-6pm, Innis Town Hall, Toronto: Sibel Guvenc was invited as a speaker to present her views on the topic how the fantasy genre has evolved over time and her aproach to fantasy genre. The trailer of Hungarian Salami, the short film directed, written and produced by Sibel Guvenc is screened.

Hungarian Salami , a short comedy/drama, is completed on October 26, 2006 to be released in 2007. The Article written by Steven Sandor in "Toronto 24 hours"about Hungarian Salami

Hungarian Salami production is wrapped on July 20, 2006.

Hungarian Salami receives Ontario Art Council, Grants to Emerging Media Artists.

In the Penal Colony is a Bronze Award Winner in Film and Video Art category at 39th Annual WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, 2006

In the Penal Colony has its Canadian Premier at Canadian Filmmakers Festival on Sunday March 26, 2006 at 2:30pm, Cineplex Odeon Carlton Cinemas in Toronto. The interview with Sibel Guvenc and the audience was broadcasted on April 1st, 2006 on Omni TV.

Following her screening with In the Penal Colony at Delray Beach Film Festival, Sibel Guvenc is interviewed for WHDH-TV in Florida. The fifteen minute interview with excerpts from the film and behind the scenes will be on air soon. “In the Penal Colony is provocative. It is a unique and original way of filmmaking we have not seen for a while”. - Brian A. Content, General Manager, MIG Broadcast Group Inc.

In the Penal Colony receives ‘Best Cinematography’
award at Through Her Eyes-Women Film Festival
in New York, February 2006.

Palette has its broadcast premier on January 28th, 2006 on OMNI TV. Sibel Guvenc was interviewed on television for her award winning short film Palette and her feature film in development, Eyes of Dreams.

Palette wins the 'Best Film' award in abstract category at the third international One minute Film and Video Festival, 2005, Toronto. Palette was also officially selected for 2003 Images Film Festival.

Broken Eggs, September 28th, 2005, 10:00am, Institute of Genetic Medicine IGM Gallery, Los Angeles: Sibel Guvenc gives a presentation on the Broken Eggs feature film in development to IGM staff, research scientists and technicians and Bunker Group artists. Ms. Guvenc presented the theme, full story, style and concept of the film and discussed the vision and intentions of Kybele Films for collaboration on the project.

 

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