Sapa Film is an Istanbul based media production company, that was founded in 2015. As a company, we are aware of the continuous and growing importance of visual media. Correspondingly, our objective is producing local content within international standards and accomplishing these contents compatible with all kinds of visual medium.

With the synergy we have acquired with our business partner Cornerman, we are aiming to pass on many common projects and meet the audience.


After graduated from TED Ankara Collage, Erhan Yildiz completed his undergraduate degree in USA and graduate degree in Italy. He has started his professional media career in Doğan Media Group. After appointing as Advertising Sales Specialist within the same year in Kanal D, he gained various experiences in Media Planning & Sales to continue his career the very next year at FOX TV as Sales Manager responsible from FMCG and Food industry. With all the acquired knowledge and experiences gained, he has been in ventures as an investor in different sectors since 2013. In 2016, he partnered with CORNERMAN to re-establish SAPA FILM to produce both local and international contents in the media sector.

Erhan Yildiz


Altuğ Gültan started his professional media career in 2009 at Fox International Channels Turkey, in programming and content acquisitions department. He has embraced many channel launches, global content deals, local productions, special projects and brand integrations in a short period of time. During this period, he has represented Fox Channels in international TV markets successfully.

After planning FOXCRIME and 24Kitchen channel launch strategies in Turkey, he also supported FIC's channels in Greece.

After being promoted to the position of FIC Turkey “Head of Productions”, it was a little further up the slope for him. He produced the first local contents of the National Geographic Channel Turkey.

In addition to projects such as Mega Factories: Vestel, Inside Turkish Airlines and Ozan Güven’s Science of Stupid, FIC Turkey won the “Outstanding Contribution” award with its first in-house documentary “Tracking The Brown Bear”

Altuğ has strived to show how much foundation he has to offer for developing content in every new project. After six years of television experience, he bid farewell to FIC in July 2015 to set up the company he planned for a long time.

With his experience in channel planning, content acquisitions, project sales and global productions, he aims to create good examples for the Turkish TV market with every new project he will execute.

Altug Gültan