Antalya Film Festival announces foreign entrees
ANTALYAThe 52nd International Antalya Film Festival announced 10 foreign films at the International Competition section of the festival. The films will be screened for the first time in Turkey, according to a written statement made by the festival committee.
Danish director Jeppe Ronde’s “Bringend;” a Serbia-Germany co-production, director Gorap Radovanoviç’s “Enclave;” Swedish Alexandra-Therese Keining’s “Girls Lost;” Turkey-Hungary co-production, Mustafa Kara’s “Cold of Kalandar;” an India-France co-production, Neeraj Ghaywan’s “Masaan,” a Germany-Iraq co-production Şevket Emin Korki’s “Memories on Stone;” Russian Natalya Kudryashova’s “Pioneer Heroes;” a Turkey-Germany-France co-production, Özcan Alper’s “Memories of the Wind;” an Italy-Switzerland-Germany-Albania-Kosovo-France co-production, Laura Bispuris’ “Sworn Virgin” and Palestinian Hani Ebu Essed’s “The Idol” are the films to compete at the festival.
For the first time this year, the best film will be awarded 50,000 euros. And also for the first time, awards will be presented for best director, best script, best music, best actress and best actor categories.
The winners will be announced on the closing night of the festival, Dec. 6.