TOD’s ambitious series Sarmaşık Zamanı (The Ivy) appeared at the 39th MIPCOM Fair in Cannes, where the heart of the TV industry beats. The leading actors of the series, Burçin Terzioğlu and Onur Tuna, became the center of attention on the red carpet.
TOD ORIGINALS series Sarmaşık Zamanı (The Ivy), which has been much talked about since the day it was broadcast in Turkey and the MENA region countries, was showcased at the MIPCOM Fair, one of the most prestigious fairs in the world, held for the 39th time this year. TOD ORIGINALS TV series Sarmaşık Zamanı (The Ivy), which is distributed internationally by Inter Medya, became the center of attention of the press and guests with its colorful images at the special event where it had its European premiere.
MIPCOM, the International Co-Production and Entertainment Content Fair held in Cannes, France and covering 16 – 19 October, brought together television channels, producers and actors from different countries. The media promotions held in the pavilion of Inter Medya, with the participation of the actors of Sarmaşık Zamanı (The Ivy), produced by TOD ORIGINALS, one of the Turkish TV series participating in the fair, created excitement.
Burçin Terzioğlu and Onur Tuna are at MIPCOM!
Burçin Terzioğlu and Onur Tuna, the stars of Sarmaşık Zamanı, the much-talked-about TV series with its impressive script and cast since the day TOD went on the air, have become the center of attention of the foreign press. Burçin Terzioğlu also attracted attention with her elegance and beauty at the night.
TOD’s popular series Sarmaşık Zamanı (The Ivy), which attracted attention with its impressive plot, received full marks from the participants. The duo, who showed sympathetic attitudes by giving interviews to the foreign press, were one of the most talked about names of the fair. Regarding the series, Burçin Terzioğlu said, “We are very happy that the work we do in our country is finding response in international markets. While we tell stories specific to our own culture, our content also includes universal values. Even though the language we speak is different, the most important thing in what we do is to convey the emotion to the audience. And I think we have been able to successfully present this to the world with great dedication with our scriptwriters, directors, actors and technical teams,” she said.
Onur Tuna said the following about Sarmaşık Zamanı (The Ivy): “Our director adopted the script very well. We felt confident enough to surrender ourselves to the story. I think that the work we have done is more consistent in terms of story than the work that could be equivalent to this project. We are an advanced country in conveying our true stories. That’s why I think our drama projects attract attention.”