Fifteen films to compete at Golden Boll
DHA PhotoThe 22nd Golden Boll Film Festival, which will be held between Sept. 14 and 22 in the southern province of Adana, will have 15 films in contention for the main National Feature Film Competition.
Fifty-eight films had been submitted for nomination for the prize, the winner of which will receive 350,000 Turkish Liras.
The films in the competition will be “Abluka” (Frenzy) by Emin Alper, “Anayurdu” (Motherland) by Senem Tüzen, Çalsın Sazlar (Let the Music Play) by Nesli Çölgeçen, “Dolanma” (Entanglement) by Tunç Davut, “Eksik” (Lack) by Barış Atay, “Gece” (Night) by Erden Kıral, “Kar Korsanları” (Snow Pirates) by Faruk Hacıhafızoğlu, “Kasap Havası” by Çiğdem Sezgin, “Misafir” (Guest) by Mehmet Eryılmaz, “Nefesim Kesilene Kadar” (Until I Lose My Breath) by Emine Emel Balcı, “Saklı” (Secret) by Selim Evci, “Sarmaşık” (Ivy) by Tolga Karaçelik, “Toz Bezi” (Dust Cloth) by Ahu Öztürk, “Yarım” (Half) by Çağıl Nurhak Aydoğdu Kılıç, and “Yemekteydik ve Karar Verdim” (We Were Eating and I Decided) by Görkem Yeltan.
Four of the films to compete in the finals will make their world premiere and eight will make their Turkey premiere. The award ceremony of the festival will be held on Sept. 19.