Eren Aksu was born in Istanbul, Turkey. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film & TV from Istanbul Bilgi University, he moved to Berlin, where he currently lives and works. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in Arts & Media from Universität der Künste Berlin.
His film projects tell personal stories through hybrid and experimental forms. “Cosmorama” premiered at the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen (2016). It was screened in Sarajevo Film Festival's short film competition (2016) and Dresden Short Film Festival's competition (2017), Akbank Short Film Festival as well as other international film festivals. “Routines” premiered at the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen (2018), was screened at Exground Film Festival (2018) and was included in the German Short Films - Cannes Edition DVD (2018). He was invited to Talents Sarajevo as a director in 2017. His latest film, “Other Than That, I’m Fine” won the 3sat promotional award at the 66. International Short Film Festival Oberhausen and best short film award at Achtung Berlin Film Festival.
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Onun Haricinde, İyiyim 2020, 14 mins, Germany / Turkey
International Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2020 - 3sat Promotional Award
Istanbul Modern Museum - Future is Short Selection
Kyiv International Short Film Festival 2021
Achtung Berlin Film Festival 2021 - Best Short Film Award
Message 2 Man Film Festival 2021
Hive Film Days 2021
German Short film Cannes DVD Edition 2020 Routines 2018, 18 mins, Germany
International Short Film Festival Oberhausen Exground Film Festival German Short film Cannes DVD Edition 2018 Cosmorama 2015, 8 mins, Germany / Turkey
International Short Film Festival Oberhausen Sarajevo Film Festival Dresden Short Film Festival Akbank Short Film Festival Solothurn Film Festival Split Short Film Festival Short Waves Festival 2017 (FOKUS: Best of Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen) Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg Lisbon Architecture Film Festival Pluk de Nacht Open Air Film Festival Wartostrada Filmova: SHORT Weimar Back Up Film Festival