Organized for the ninth time, the Accessible Film Festival met with moviegoers with its online and physical screenings in Ankara. On the first day of the festival, Kumbara, one of the Short Film Competition Films, Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival Selection, Children's Selection and National Feature Film Competition films, was screened.
This year, the Festival, which will bring together 38 films from world and Turkish cinema accessible to the audience, can be watched in Ankara between 11-13 October at Doğan Taşdelen Contemporary Arts Center and online between 11-17 October on eff2021.muvi.com. Interviews with the crews of the films in the program are also part of the Festival. YouTube made available through the channel.
The films competing in the Short Film Competition and the National Feature Film Competition, which are included in the festival program, will be entitled to receive the Best Film, Best Director and Best Screenplay awards to be determined by the jury members, and the Audience Special Award to be determined by the audience. The awards will be published online on Sunday, October 17th, and will find their owners at the Award Ceremony, which can be followed from all over Turkey.
THE FESTIVAL IS FULLY ACCESSIBLE AND FREE
The Festival, which will bring together the films that stand out, won awards and are widely talked about in the latest festivals of Turkish and world cinema, with the cinema lovers in Ankara and Turkey, presents all the films to the audience as they are every year, with audio descriptions for those who cannot see them, and detailed subtitle options for those who cannot hear. In addition to film screenings, interviews with directors can also be accessed at the Accessible Film Festival.
Festival films can be watched free of charge in the hall and on the online platform on the days and times announced on the website.