Mehmet, presenting himself as a film director, is on the look out for an actress to star in his next film. He offers amateur filmmaker Emre the casting job, wanting him to audition the candidates, chose the most appropriate one, and follow her candidly with his camera. Emre accepts, not knowing that he in return has also been filmed during this meeting. Emre auditions several female candidates, eager to star in a feature film, and then chooses one to follow, as instructed. Eventually, the main participants are gathered in an old, abandoned mansion on Prince's Island, off the coast of Istanbul. As events unfold, this self-reflective and sarcastic black comedy turns into a macabre "making-of" of a bizarre film by avant garde film director Tugra Kaftancioglu, the totalitarian and self-obsessed mastermind behind the whole project. Swaying brutally between fiction and reality, humour and suspense, "A Film By Tugra Kaftancioglu" is a shockingly realistic, documentary like film, with a ...