UNC graduate and filmmaker Onur Tukel has gone from living in the Triangle to showing his work at Sundance. The writer, artist and director, who lived in Durham and shot a short film in Cary, received rave reviews at the film festival earlier this year for Septien, an oddball comedy about a trio of impoverished Southern brothers. Septien was recently released in New York City and on video-on-demand. The Indy spoke with Tukel to discuss his success with the film and his roots in the Triangle.

Read the full interview here!

 

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