Turkish Cinema to be promoted In The Berlinale!

 

The Turkish section of the European Film Market, organized by the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism, is set to exhibit feature-length fictional and documentary films, as well as short-length films produced or still being produced in 2020-2021.

"Foreign Film Production Support" took effect with the New Cinema Law and now provides foreign filmmakers with a refund of up to 30 per cent of what they've spent in Turkey. The support will also be reserved for international cinema professionals. With the planned supports, Turkey, a truly natural stage, expects to boost its competitiveness in this field and plans to reorient itself into a significant filming hub.

Berlin Film Festival to run online from 1 to 5 March 2021!

The European Film Market, held as part of the Berlin Film Festival - one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world, will take place online this year between 1 - 5 March 2021.

The 71st Berlin Film Festival is due to take place on two different days this year due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Following the market events held online for the cinema professionals between 1 - 5 March, the films will meet the audience physically in the theatre halls from 9 to 20 June.

Among the jury members of the main competition this year, where 15 films are set to compete for the grand prize, are Mohammad Rasoulof, Nadav Lapid, Adina Pintilie, Ildiko Enyedi, Gianfranco Rosi and Jasmila Zbanic, the previous director winners of the Golden Bear.

"Okul Tıraşı" (Brother's Keeper) at Berlinale Panorama!

Director Ferit Karajan's "Okul Tıraşı" (Brother's Keeper) has been selected for the Panorama of the Berlin Film Festival. The film features the story of two friends who study at a boarding school and is now competing for awards in many branches, including the Panorama Audience Award.