From 6058 until today 1914 feature film was made in Turkey. 4425 of these films were shot between 1960 and 1986. Cinema was especially popular entertainment and most popular vehicles in Turkey in the 1960s. It is a great honor to take part in this project, which consists of ten most important and unforgettable films in Turkish Cinema History. These films represent Turkish Cinema in the best possible way and promise a visual feast to the audience.
There are some films that have the power to change an individual, a city or even a country. The 10 Best Turkish Films were determined in a poll carried out by the Ankara Cinema Association. They will have their first world screening at the 39th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
Now go to a small town in Anatolia for a few nights Motherland HotelYou can stay in. The hotel is run-down and dark, and its manager, Zebercet, is a lonely and obsessed person. You will notice that he is a bit strange, but he does not hurt you. He is waiting for a mysterious woman who leaves the hotel for one night and says he will come back when he leaves. You will say goodbye to Zebercet in 110 minutes, but you will not be able to forget him for a long time.
In another cheap hotel in Izmir, you will meet three desperate characters Yusuf, Uğur and Bekir, created by Zeki Demirkubuz. Because Yusuf is afraid of the world outside, he does not want to leave the prison even though his sentence is over. Bekir, who is attached to Uğur with a strange passion, is slowly disappearing due to his love. As Yusuf walks along the street with Uğur and Bekir's deaf and dumb daughter Çilem, in a shop window, Charlie Chaplin's The Kid The poster of the movie will catch your eye, but don't be fooled because Innocence It describes a tragedy.
Portrayed by Türkan Şoray in an Anatolian town The Girl With Red Scarf You will meet with and watch one of the most beautiful love stories of Turkish Cinema, you will get to know the master Atıf Yılmaz, who directed his first film in 1951, has made 113 films to date and is still actively involved in cinema.
If you happen to be in Adana, don't hesitate to take Cabbar's phaeton. The car may be old, the horses old and neglected. However, if you get on this phaeton, you can recognize this black and white masterpiece made in 1970, which is a turning point in Turkish Cinema, and like Yılmaz Güney's father. HopeYou can take a trip to.
Dive into the back streets of Beyoğlu in Istanbul. Music organizer who walked the path he knew right there, never compromising his principles Muhsin BeyYou will get to know. You will love this man who is a little behind the times, who is clean hearted, who does not know what to do with fraud and who takes care of a young man who came to Istanbul from the village in hopes of becoming a singer.
Perhaps you will be a guest in a small house in a suburb of Istanbul and witness the struggle of life of a family coming to this big city from Anatolia. The subject of migration, which is a part of Turkish people's life The Bride You will have the opportunity to get to know the cinema of master director Lütfi Akad.
Previously The WayHave you watched? Do you remember the story of five prisoners who got out of prison on leave for a week? Can you bring Tarık Akan, who plays Seyit Ali, who tries to carry his wife on his back in a freezing cold, in the snow, whipping him so that he does not freeze? I do not think that any moviegoer will remain indifferent to this masterpiece, which Yılmaz Güney wrote the script in prison, directed by Şerif Gören, and which Güney set up in Switzerland after escaping from prison.
The chief of the tribe, Hamo Ağa, while threatening those around him with his frightening appearance and loud voice, can awaken the feeling that he will come to you from the screen and disturb you. Tuncel Kurtiz's one of the best performances in Turkish Cinema Herd'You will see that even 25 years after its cycle, it has not lost its strength.
You may come to a small village in Anatolia and witness the fierce struggle between two brothers who represent the good and the bad. The first to bring international success to Turkish Cinema with the Golden Bear award at the 1964 Berlin Film Festival Dry Summer It is also a good opportunity for you to get to know Metin Erksan, one of the most original directors of Turkish Cinema.
It was signed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, one of the most important representatives of Turkish Cinema, with a short and three feature films he directed since 1995. DistantThe last work of our selection of the Best 10 Turkish Films. You will watch the loneliness and lack of communication of the people living in the big city with the images of a snow-covered Istanbul in this film, which received the Special Jury Award at the Cannes Film Festival and the Best Actor Award for two male actors.
The film, which scooped both the Special Jury Award and the Best Actor Award (for its two lead actors) at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival, is a study of loneliness and lack of communication in the big city set in a snow-draped Istanbul.
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Dr. Ahmet Boyacıoğlu Chairman, Ankara Cinema Association