100th year of Turkish cinema in panels

100th year of Turkish cinema in panels

100th year of Turkish cinema in panels

Famed director Onur Ünlü will be one of the panelists at ‘The New Turkish Cinema’ to be held April 17.

Due to the 100th anniversary of Turkish cinema, Akbank Sanat is set to hold panels within the scope of the celebrations. The first event on April 10 will be organized by Associate Professor Dr. Adnan Tönel, Faculty Member at Zirve University.

The panel, titled “Turkish Cinema is 100 Years Old,” will focus on the history of Turkish Cinema from the perspective of film critics, academics and directors. The second panel, titled “How Have Turkish Movies Changed Our Lives?” will be held on April 16. With Merih Akoğul as the moderator, the meeting will touch upon the impact of Turkish movies from childhood to old age.

Poet and author Cezmi Ersöz and author and actor Ercan Kesal will talk about how Turkish movies have created a magical world throughout their childhood and today, covering how subjects are explored as well as the characteristics of location use.  

New Turkish cinema

On April 17, “The New Turkish Cinema” will be discussed at a panel moderated by Zirve University Associate Professor Adnan Tönel. Tönel will discuss the changing indicators of Turkish cinema from the perspective of three rising directors.

No admission fee is required for any of the events.