Abdullah Eksioglu

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Abdullah Eksioglu
Abdullah Eksioglu July 2011
Born (1970-03-30) March 30, 1970 (age 46)
Nationality Turkish
Education Anadolu University, Faculty of Economics
Occupation Film director, producer, screenwriter
Years active 1986–present
Religion Muslim
Spouse(s) Elvin Eksioglu (m. 1993)
Children 1, Ali Erdem Eksioglu

Abdullah Eksioglu (born March 30, 1970) is a Turkish film director, screenwriter and film producer.

Early career[edit]

Eksioglu graduated from the Anadolu University Faculty of Economics. He began his career as a journalist during high school in 1986. He worked in various positions in many national daily newspapers and magazines.

Radio and film career[edit]

He was among the founders of Genç Radyo in 1992. In 1993 he established the news agency Agency Europe & Anatolia together with Elvin Eksioglu. He founded Eksantrik Produksiyon in 1998 again together with Elvin Eksioglu. In 2000, he worked as the Secretariat General of Press Council of Turkey for a period of a year.

After 2000, Abdullah Eksioglu was more interested in the movie industry, after various positions in commercials film productions on more than 250 films, he started directing commercials himself. Abdullah Eksioglu currently full filling his duties as a director of commercial films under Eksantrik Produksiyon and also serves as the Chief Editor in Agency Europe & Anatolia news agency.


  • 2011: FM 1992 (Documentary)
  • 2011: Suya Yazilan Tarih (Documentary)


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