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"Onar Films" lives again
Topic Started: Jun 30 2015, 03:01 PM (2,696 Views)
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They were real pressed DVDs.
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There's no "new" Onar Film, there is only Aztek. They are related in that Turkish film journalist/historian Ali Murat Güven sold off parts or most of the remaining stock of original Onar DVDs after the sad loss of Bill Barounis (founder/owner of the original Onar films and former member of this forum). Bill Barounis and Ali Murat Güven knew each other.
Now Güven founded Aztek as a DVD label to continue Bill's legacy. Let's hope he enjoys some success...
Miltos most likely knows much more details regarding their business/film relations.
Edited by Godzilla-2000, Jun 10 2016, 06:49 AM.
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Let's hope Aztek reacts to the number of sales in time and prints a reasonable (lower) number of upcoming titles. I'd really love to see decent releases of films like "Kilink Vs Mandrake" or "Ringo Vs Gestapo", and even if they are on DVD-R, so be it. What's important is that they get a decent quality release. Therefore, I hope for at least some success for Aztek.
To cut down on costs per release, a possibility would be to reduce the number of extras. I, for instance, would be perfectly happy with bare-bones releases that offer the best picture quality that is still possible for these films.
The paypal issue is yet another problem, but there's still the possibility of a bank transfer...
Edited by Godzilla-2000, Jun 18 2016, 08:21 PM.
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