|Directed by||Faruk Aksoy|
|Produced by||Faruk Aksoy
|Written by||Şafak Güçlü
|Music by||Uğurcan Sezen
|Edited by||Cem Yıldırım|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.
Cool School (Turkish: Çılgın Dersane) is a 2007 Turkish comedy film, directed by Faruk Aksoy, about a class of teenage students attempting to save their unconventional school from closure. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on January 26, 2007 , was one of the highest-grossing Turkish films of 2007 and was followed by Cool School Camp (2008).
A private education institute on the edge of bankruptcy is about to be closed down. An initially reluctant student body, lured to the institute by the promise of learning in a holiday village, join the staff to stop the closure by entering an inter-school contest in the hope of winning first place and the money to save their school.
|Date||Territory||Screens||Rank||Opening Weekend||Total Gross|
|January 26, 2007||Turkey||149||2||US$694,626||US$4,265,287|
|March 15, 2007||Germany||5||-||US$1,776||US$116,915|
|March 16, 2007||Austria||2||35||US$301||US$26,840|