As the 32nd Ankara Film Festival draws to a close, the National Feature Film Competition continues at full speed.
Excitement continues at the 32nd Ankara Film Festival National Feature Film Competition, organized by the World Mass Media Research Foundation. In the festival, directed by Muhammet Çakıral yesterday, Navy Blue Night met the audience. After the screening, director Muhammet Çakıral, actors Cansu Fırıncı, Güliz Gençoğlu and script consultant Ömer Leventoğlu answered the questions of the audience. Another film in the National Feature Film Competition, Between Two DawnsAfter the screening of the movie, director Selman Nacar and actors Ali Seçkiner Alici and Yıldırım Şimşek met with the audience in the interview of the movie.
Day at the Festival, signed by Fikret Reyhan Crack continued with the screening of the movie. Fikret Reyhan, actors Hakan Salinmis and Bora Elkoca, producer Nizam Reyhan and one of the director’s team Berkan Aktepe met with the audience after the movie. Fikret Reyhan said the following about the film: Actually, it is a family very close to all of us, a family familiar to all of us. We tried to tell each class a movie that includes determinations about each ethnic origin or that is specific to all families. We built the script on capturing small moments in small nuances. Yes, there was a money issue from beginning to end, it was about who will pay the money, but frankly, I was not interested in it, I tried to look at the anatomy of the family structure and examine its details. Throughout the script, I created a space for each character, let him create his own aura. I wanted no character to support any character, to have a motivation for every character, to have a desire for every character, to come out of a character and take on a character. We all watched ourselves, our own family.”
As part of the Ankara Film Festival, at Ankara University Faculty of Communication yesterday. Video Viewing and New Spatial Experiences from the 80s to the Present A panel titled Baskent University Lecturer Dr. Asli Gon, 1980s and Video Audience In his speech on the title; He discussed the effects of video watching on the film industry and the daily life of the audience and gave the audience examples from the viewing practices of the period.
32. Ankara Film Festival Today Brings Sardinia, In the Shadows and Anatolian Leopard to the Audience in Ankara for the First Time
Erdem Tepegöz’s extraordinary independent sci-fi film, shot in five weeks in a mining town in Georgia, which is in the National Feature Film Competition at the festival today, is In the Shadows, Cagil Bocut’s first feature film. Sardinia and Emre Kayiş, based on the sad fate of the leopard, reveal the emotional world of the people who are in a fateful union with him. Anatolian Leopard movies will be on the big screen. After the screenings, the film crews will be in the hall to meet the moviegoers.
Aydın Orak’s Time of Impatience, Muhammet Çakıral’s Navy Blue Nightby Fikret Reyhan Crack and Selman Nacar Between Two Dawns films will meet with the audience once again as part of their last screenings at the festival. Interviews with the film crews will take place after the screenings.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s collaboration with Tilda Swinton, which is in the section of World Festivals, tells the journey of a Scottish woman in Colombia after a strange voice that she hears from time to time in different places, 2021 Cannes Special Jury Award winner memoria one of the unmissable productions of the day.
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