16th Golden Boll Film Festival

Ankara Cinema Association organized the International programme of the 16th Adana Golden Boll Film Festival held between 8-14 June 2009.

Films presented in the World Cinema section are Treeless Mountain by So Yong Kim, The Rainbowmaker by Nana Djordjadze, Wild Field (Dikoye Polye) by Mikhail Kalatozishvili, Pardon My French (Un Chat Un Chat) by Sophie Fillières, It’s Not Me I Swear (C’est Pas Moi, Je Le Jure) by Philippe Falardeau, North (Nord) by Rune Denstad Langlo, Gigantic by Matt Aselton, Four Nights With Anna (Cztery Noce Z Anna) by Jerzy Skolimowski and Empty Nest (El Nido Vacio) by Daniel Burman. The documentaries in this section were Kasmir: Journey To Freedom by Udi Aloni, Seven Moments (Siete Instantes) by Diana Cardozo and Letters to the President by Petr Lom.

A Master From Mediterranée: Ettore Scola

We All Loved Each Other So Much (C’eravamo Tanti Amati, 1974), The Night of Varennes (La Nuit de Varennes, 1982), Le Bal (1983) were screened by the presentation of Umberto Rossi.

A Country: İran

The films presented in this section were, The Mirror (Ayneh, 1997) by Jafer Panahi, Djomeh (2000) by Hasan Yektapanah , Secret Ballot (Raye Makhfi, 2001) by Babak Payami, Close Up (Nema-ye Nazdik, 1990) by Abbas Kiarostami, Children of Heaven (Bacheha-Ye Aseman, 1997) by Majid Majidi, The Silence (Sokout, 1998) by Mohsen Makhmalbaf, The Apple (Sib, 1998) by Samira Makhmalbaf.