Turkish Cinema Now at Berlin Film Festival
Turkish cinema will again have its spot at the 71st Berlin International Film Festival, one of Europe’s driving film festivals.
The current year’s Berlinale will be coordinated in two areas for area delegates online on March 1-5 and for the crowd on June 9-20, because of the novel Covid flare-up, as per the Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry.
Turkish cinema is becoming advanced at the Berlin International Film Festival, also known as Berlinale. Perhaps the most esteemed film festival on the planet and one of the leading film festivals in Europe has gone all-virtual in its 71st release because of the pandemic.
Full-length fiction and narrative films created in 2020 and 2021 or are as yet under production, just as short films, will appear in its European Film Market (EFM) Turkey area.
Turkeys Foreign Film Production Support will additionally present at the EFM Turkey, coordinated by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
The Foreign Film Production Support, which went into power with the new cinema law, gives foreign filmmakers up to a 30% discount on their sum to make a film in Turkey. As the nation is a characteristic set for motion pictures, the program’s point is to advance Turkey and be a significant film shooting focus.
Turkey is expanding intensity in the business during the festival, and will characteristic film level will be underlined.
Among the jury individuals from the principle challenge, where 15 films will seek the fabulous prize this year, are Mohammad Rasoulof, Nadav Lapid, Adina Pintilie, Ildiko Enyedi, Gianfranco Rosi, and Jasmila Zbanic, who won the Golden Bear in earlier years.
The Turkish film “School Haircut,” coordinated by Ferit Karahan and delivered by Kanat Dogramaci, will be appeared in the festival’s Panorama segment.
The current year’s Berlinale is being coordinated in two segments, for the area agents online on March 1-5 and for crowds on June 9-20, because of the novel Covid episode.
Films shot in 2020 and full-length fiction and narrative films under production will be on air during the European Film Market Turkey segment.
Likewise, Foreign Film Production Support in Turkey will be acquainted with international film experts. Another cinema law went into power in Turkey, empowering up to 30 percent of the sum that foreign filmmakers spend in Turkey.