Şenay Gürler, who was the guest of the 56th programme of Akra Talks, came together with her fans at Akra Hotels and had a pleasant conversation about 'Turkish Cinema and Theatre'.
In the conversation about the future of cinema and theatre in our changing and digitalising world; she mentioned that digitalisation and projects carried out on digital platforms offer different alternatives to actors. Gürler, who has appeared before the audience with series, cinema and theatre performances throughout his acting career; 'We can experience much more beautiful projects with different scenarios,' he said.
Stating that digitalisation has disadvantages as well as advantages, the successful actor added that the cinema industry has entered a crisis like many other sectors, especially after the pandemic period. Gürler regretfully stated that with the transition to a film world where we have more alternatives through digital platforms, there has been a serious decline in the audience of cinema halls; saying that this situation does not apply to theatre, he said that the magic of watching a movie in a cinema hall is very different and that he believes that the sector will regain its former vitality as soon as possible.
Şenay Gürler, who came to Antalya for the play 'I am Türkan Saylan'; during the interview, she emphasised that she was impressed by how much of a warrior and hopeful woman Türkan Saylan was, and that the image of strong women in our country should be supported more by screenwriters in the cinema and series sectors.
Gürler also added that she was very proud and happy to portray Türkan Saylan and to be in this project, and emphasised that we should accept some of the surprises that life throws at us as they are, but that we should not give up the struggle for what we want.
The interview ended with Gürler's sincere answers to the questions of the fans.
Akra Talks Stage hosted Turkish cinema, theatre, television actress and presenter Şenay Gürler, who fascinates us with every role she plays.Discover
The "Sustainable Travel Pledge Project" developed by UNESCO is a global initiative that aims to promote sustainable tourism and minimise the negative impacts on tourism, which is one of the sectors that will be most affected by economic and political crises that may occur.Discover
With its construction that combines peace and entertainment in a single area and its Urban Social concept that emphasises emotions and experiences, Akra Hotels has carried its perfect hospitality to its guests beyond the borders this time.Discover
Within the scope of Akra Talks, which has attracted attention and great appreciation with its different topics since the day it was organised, art lovers of Antalya continue to come together with famous names that they follow with interest and love.Discover
Asmani Restaurant within Akra Hotels, which brings together the perfect view of Antalya and delicious dishes in a pleasant atmosphere, continues to welcome its guests with its renewed interior design and services.Discover
BHM Hospitality ranked second in Turkey in the 500+ employees category of the "Best Workplaces For Women" survey organised annually by Great Place to Work® Turkey, the global authority on workplace culture.Discover
The 'International Mezze Festival', organised by Akra Hotel for the fourth time this year, was bitterly disappointed due to the firedamp explosion in Bartın, which left the whole country in mourning. The event, where the tickets of the festival participants were refunded and all programs were cancelled, ended with the 'tasting presentation' where the appetizers prepared by the chefs met only with the press members and the presentation of plaques.Discover
Ali Demirsoy, a Turkish biologist, professor, academician, entomologist and evolutionary biology expert in entomology, who we all know and respect, took part in the 54th Akra Talks Stage recently.Discover
New York Times best-selling author, famous speaker and personal development coach Nick Vujicic passed through Antalya.Discover