İzmir Short Film Festival Finalists Announced

Izmir Short Film Festival Finalists Announced
İzmir Short Film Festival Finalists Announced

The finalist films of the Izmir Short Film Festival, which has been continuing for 23 years and is the longest-running cinema organization in Izmir, have been announced. The festival, in which 5 short films in 37 categories are worthy of competition, is Turkey's only festival with the Oscar Qualification certificate. İzmir Short Film Festival, which allows one animation and one fictional short film to apply for the Academy Awards every year, aims to inform film producers about sustainable film production with green filmmaking trainings this year. The festival program can be accessed at linktr.ee/izmirkisafilmfestivali and the QR codes created.

118 thousand 4 movies from 39 countries

İzmir Short Film Festival is getting ready to meet with the cinema lovers of İzmir for the 23rd time this year. Organized with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, General Directorate of Cinema, İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, Buca Municipality, Migros, Mavibahçe Shopping Center, the French Cultural Center and the German Cultural Center, İzmir Short Film Festival will screen hundreds of movies free of charge between 14-20 November. will meet. At the festival, where 118 thousand 4 films from 39 countries applied, the films that will compete for the Golden Cat Awards in national and international animation, documentary, experimental and fiction categories have been announced.

This year, the screenings will be held at the French Cultural Center, Karaca Cinema, Tarık Akan Youth Center and the festival's online platform.

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National Fiction Finalist Films

“Address” – Aram Dildar, “The Gardens Have Been Cut Down” – Ali Cabbar, “I am the only one, all of you” – Barış Kefeli -Nükhet Taneri, “Me and Him” – Buse Halaçoğlu, “Together, Alone” – Kasım Duck, “Not Today ” – Yagmur Misirlioglu, “Hell is Empty, All Demons Are Here” – Özgürcan Uzunyaşa, “Dial Tone” – Özer Arslan, “Looking for Our Father at Night” – Alkım Özmen, “Rutubet” – Turan Haste, “Sar” – Adar Baran Değer, “Selection” – Bahri Baykal, “Doubt” – Gokce Pekhamarat

International Fiction Short Films

“Inherent” – Nicolai GH Johansen, “Radio Silence” – Kerren Lumer-Klabbers, “Warsha” – Dania Bdeir, “The Cormorant” – Lubna Playoust, “Brutalia, days of labor” – Manolis Mavris, “On Xerxes' Throne” – Evi Kalogiropoulou, “Deer” – Hadi Babaeifar, “An Irish Goodbye” – Tom Berkeley, Ross White, “Cherries” – Vytautas Katkus, “North Pole” – Marija Apcevska

National Documentary

“Yesterday Today Tomorrow” – Orhan Dede, “We Are Here” – Mahmut Akay, “Everything Is Fine” – Muhammet Beyazdağ, “The Girl That Turns The Water” – Deniz Telek, “Syrian Cosmonaut” – Charles Emir Richards

National Experimental

“Fractal: Money Man” – Zahid Çetinkaya, “International Lines” – Erinç Durlanık, “Megalopolis” – Oğuzhan Kaya, “Everything Gets Me Angry” – Hazal Bayar, Çağıl Saydam, “Larvae” – Volkan Güney Eker

National Animation

“Chorus” – Burcu Özkan, “The Game” – Önder Menken, Devinim “Serdar Koçak”, “The Old Man and the Sea” – Eylül Yarkın, “Collage” – Gülce Besen Dilek

Günceleme: 24/10/2022 16:31

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