Turkish Cinema at the Cannes Film Festival
Turkish Cinema was introduced at the Türkiye booth organized cooperatively by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Türkiye Tourism Promotion and Development Agency (TGA) and the Bosphorus Culture and Art Foundation at the Cannes Film Festival.
“Filming in Türkiye” Introduced at Marché du Film
Within the context of Marché du Film, while the newest and under development projects of Turkish cinema in the genres of feature films, short films and documentaries were introduced at the Türkiye booth this year, Turkish films met with those interested in the international arena.
At the festival co-production and project opportunities, which have become very important in the cinema sector due to reasons such as information and technology transfer, access to local funding sources, creating potential markets and developing promotional activities, were also discussed.
Also at the Cannes Film Festival, the "Foreign Film Production Support", which came into force with the new cinema law allowing foreign film producers to be refunded up to 30 percent of the amount they spent in Türkiye for feature films, documentaries and television series, was presented to international filmmakers.
With the support it is predicted that Türkiye, with a natural live stage feature, will increase its competitive power in this field and will become one of the important film shooting centers.
With “Kurak Günler-Burning Days”, Emin Alper took part in the “Un Certain Regard” Selection
In the “Un Certain Regard” selection, one of the most prestigious sections of the festival, this year 15 films competed.
“Triangle of Sadness-Hüzün Üçgeni,” has met with cinema lovers at 75th Cannes Film Festival!
This year, Swedish director Ruben Östlund's co-production film with TRT, which is Triangle of Sadness (Hüzün Üçgeni) has won the golden palm award at the 75th Cannes Film Festival. Contributed by Türkiye, Sweden, France, USA, England, Switzerland and Greece, the film became one of the 18 productions selected for the main competition of the festival, which took place on May 17-28.
18 Movies in the Main Competition!
Festival manager Thierry Fremaux and chairperson Pierre Lescure announced this year’s official selection, having departured from the office. While ”Elvis” directed by Baz Luhrmann and “Top Gun: Maverick” in which Tom Cruise is starring character, practised their world premiere in festival, new films of filmmakers such as David Cronenberg, Kelly Reichardt, Chan-Wook Park, Hirokazu Kore-eda, competed for the golden palm award.