Participated in the special selection with the documentary "Aman Delivery"
The "bests" of the documentary has been announced in Safranbolu. In the Documentary Film Competition held within the scope of the International Golden Saffron Documentary Film Festival, the "Best Documentary Film Award" found its owners.
The documentary "Aman Delivery", scripted and directed by Asst. Prof. Dr. Emrah Tüncer, a faculty member of Istanbul Gelisim University School of Health Sciences Social Service Department, was screened in a special selection at the Safranbolu International Golden Saffron Documentary Film Festival.
“FOOD-BEVERAGE PACKAGE SERVICE IS ALSO LEADING THESE INDUSTRIES”
Talking on the documentary, Tüncer said: “In the period when the economies of capitalist countries are progressing / developing at a dizzying pace, there is a need for a large number of service sectors that will sustain this speed. In Manhattan, one of the five regions that make up the city of New York, food and beverage takeaway service, especially for employees in companies, is one of these sectors.” dedi.
“RECORDED WITH PARTICIPATORY OBSERVATION AND CONVERTED TO A DOCUMENTARY”
Stating that the majority of those who do food delivery business are insecure immigrants and wants to draw attention to their discrimination, Tüncer said: “In this way, the precarious lives formed as a result of speed, uncertainty and crises on the face of capitalism reflected on the streets are constantly encountered. We recorded this situation with participatory observation and turned it into a documentary and in this way, we tried to explain the problems and working conditions of individuals working in the service sector through the motto of "speed and uncertainty".”