Turkish Film Week to begin in Warsaw

Turkish Film Week to begin in Warsaw

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Turkish Film Week to begin in Warsaw

‘Red Night’ will be the opening film of the Turkish Film Week to begin on May 24.

Warsaw Turkish Film Week and Market, organized by Büyülü Fener Culture Foundation, will take place between May 24 and 30, according to daily Hürriyet.

The week will host award-winning movies from Turkish cinema and Turkish and Poland movie producers together.

The event will take place at one of the most important cinemas in Warsaw, Kino Muranow. The opening movie of the week will be the award-winning Turkish movie “Red Night,” (Lal Gece), which was directed by Reis Çelik. Director Çelik will also attend the event and the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony will also host Lale Mansur, a famous Turkish actress, and Serhat Tutumluer, an actor from the latest Zeki Demirkubuz movie, “Jealousy” (Kıskanmak). The market event during the week will host Turkish producers like Muharrem Gülmez and Türker Korkmaz.

Apart from Red Night, “Love in another language,” (Başka Dilde Aşk), “Celal Tan ve Ailesinin Aşırı Acıklı Hikayesi” (The Story of Celal Tan and his Family), Entelköy, Efeköy, Geriye Kalan (The Rest of It), Kıskanmak (Jealousy), Kosmos, Nar (Pomegranate), Nokta (Period) and Far Possibility (Uzak İhtimal) will be screened.

The best documentaries

Warsaw Turkish Film Week will also host the best documentary examples from Turkey. The documentaries titled “Kamerayla İzdivaç,” (The Wedding with the Camera), Melisa Önel’s “Ben ve Nuri Bala” (Me and Nuri Bala) will be shown as part of the Turkish film week.