Turkish films come to coastal town for free
MUĞLA - Anadolu Agency
The Turkish Films Week will open with Özcan Deniz’s ‘Water and Fire.’The third Bodrum Turkish Films Week, which will start in the touristic Aegean town on Sept. 23, is set to screen 11 films for audiences.
The head of the Cinemarine Movie Theaters, Cenk Sezgin, said some films would be shown for the first time at the event.
“We will premiere four films in the festival. One is İzcan Deniz’s ‘Su ve Ateş’ [Water and Fire]. He will be here with the cast. The opening film of the festival is his previous ‘Evim Sensin’ [You’re My Home],” he said.
Sezgin said labor awards would also be presented at the event. “Veteran Turkish artists of Turkish cinema, such as Selda Alkor, Fikret Hakan, Bulut Aras, Nuri Alço and Mahmut Hekimoğlu, will be presented labor awards. The films will be screened at the Cinemarine Bodrum Oasis AVM for free during the week. Also, every night a director will attend the screening of his latest film in Bodrum Castle.” The event will continue until Sept. 28.