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Festival awards presented | 14.04.2017 Meetings On The Bridge award winners announced | 12.04.2017 LIFT YOUR HEAD UP, THE FESTIVAL IS AROUND THE CORNER | 04.04.2017 Extra screenings | 25.03.2017 15th Istanbul Biennial to collaborate with the festival | 07.03.2017 Diversely dissimilar cinematic spirits roam festival’s "Mined Zone" | 28.02.2017 “Django”, “I am Not year Negro” among Berlinale films in the Istanbul festival programme | 07.02.2017 36th Istanbul Film Festival announces first films from its programme | 31.01.2017 The Taylan Brothers will serve as the jury presidents | 25.01.2017 We commemorate Onat Kutlar | 11.01.2017 Motherland Hotel will be restored with the support of Groupama | 10.01.2017 Mithat Alam passed away | 27.11.2016 Cinema Honorary Awards are determined | 23.11.2016 Legendary actor Tarık Akan passed away | 16.09.2016 In memoriam our friend Seyfi Teoman | 08.05.2016 After the 35th Istanbul Film Festival | 19.04.2016 Festival awards announced | 15.04.2016 Additional screenings | 04.04.2016 12-hour film-a-thon “Out1” on the silver screen | 22.03.2016 Eurimages Audentia Award will be presented for the first time | 17.03.2016 The ACTRICES KATE BARRY exhibition open at the Institut Français. | 09.03.2016 Jury presidents announced | 24.02.2016 Jacques Rivette passed away | 29.01.2016 The İstanbul Film Festival commemorates Şakir Eczacıbaşı | 23.01.2016 Ettora Scola passed away | 20.01.2016 Cinema Honorary Awards are announced | 20.01.2016

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Festival submissions for Turkish productions opened | 07.12.2015 A new competition in festival: National Short Film Competition | 30.11.2015 Don't miss JUNUN! | 31.10.2015 Memduh Ün passed away | 16.10.2015 Chantal Akerman passed away | 06.10.2015 Kerem Ayan appointed new director | 24.08.2015 News from festival films | 22.07.2015 Veteran director Başar Sabuncu dies | 17.06.2015 Screen and stage legend Zeki Alasya died | 08.05.2015 Festival ended | 21.04.2015 Meetings on the Bridge award winners announced | 20.04.2015 Festival cancels National and International Golden Tulip Competitions, National Documentary Competition and The Closing Ceremony | 13.04.2015 Programme change | 13.04.2015 Announcement from the Istanbul Film Festival | 12.04.2015 Festival celebrates Sinematek's 50th anniversary | 08.04.2015 34th Istanbul Film Festival kicks off | 03.04.2015 Additional screenings | 28.03.2015 The festival’s opening film is 'Behaviour' | 27.03.2015 Attention to these screening times! | 25.03.2015 Programme change | 17.03.2015 The city eyes the festival | 10.03.2015 The Golden Tulip Excitement at the Festival | 10.03.2015 Festival guests and parties | 10.03.2015 Festival theatres and tickets | 10.03.2015 Visconti or the history of a distance | 01.03.2015 PasoFilm! | 23.02.2015 First highlights from the programme | 02.02.2015 National Competition Awards will be selected by jury chaired by Zeki Demirkubuz | 27.01.2015 Cannes-awarded Oscar nominee 'The Salt of the Earth' at the Istanbul Film Festival! | 16.01.2015 Francesco Rosi passed away | 10.01.2015 Meetings On The Bridge celebrates its 10th anniversary | 06.01.2015

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Ida is the best while Mr. Turner leads the European Film Academy Awards | 15.12.2014 Submissions are over | 12.11.2014 'Little Happiness' to vie for the Oscars! | 16.10.2014 Focus on Turkish Film Industry at Wroclaw T-mobile New Horizons Film Festival | 13.08.2014 After the 33rd Istanbul Film Festival | 22.04.2014 The 33rd Istanbul Film Festival concludes | 19.04.2014 Awards of the 33rd Istanbul Film Festival | 19.04.2014 Towards the sad happy ending | 18.04.2014 Asghar Farhadi met the festival audience | 16.04.2014 Message from Wajda to festival | 16.04.2014 After many years, Muhsin Bey crew is together again | 14.04.2014 Cancellation and screening change | 07.04.2014 Festival kicks off! | 04.04.2014 Additional screenings of the festival | 22.03.2014 33rd Istanbul Film Festival's programme has been announced | 05.03.2014 The festival's Lifetime Achievement and Honorary Awards | 05.03.2014 Competitions and awards of the festival | 05.03.2014 The anticipated films of the season at “Akbank Galas” | 05.03.2014 Special Screening: Turkish Classics Revisited | 05.03.2014 'Big Bad Wolves' is among Midnight Madness films! | 21.02.2014 Muhsin Bey revisited! | 18.02.2014 Alan Berliner films are at festival! | 17.02.2014 Istanbul Film Festival cocktail at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival | 09.02.2014 Wes Anderson's latest The Grand Budapest Hotel will premiere in İstanbul just after opening Berlin | 05.02.2014 Jury president for the Golden Tulip National Competition is announced | 04.02.2014 The poster of the 33rd Istanbul Film Festival has been announced | 28.01.2014 On the anniversary of his death,
we commemorate Şakir Eczacıbaşı, co-founder of the Istanbul Film Festival | 23.01.2014
Sundance films to premiere at Istanbul! | 15.01.2014 We commemorate Onat Kutlar | 11.01.2014 BAFTA-nominated documentaries in the festival line-up! | 10.01.2014

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Festival to kick off on 7 april, will leave its mark on the city

The Istanbul Film Festival presents a rich programme in its 35th edition as ever, ranging from the latest productions of world cinema to cult films, to the latest Turkish films and the classics, new discoveries, masterpieces, and hidden treasures. The festival hosts 187 feature films, as well as 10 short and 24 experimental films, in 25 different categories and in addition to the screening of a total of 221 films by 223 directors from 62 countries, there will be talks with guest filmmakers, panel discussions, concerts, and other special events.

The press meeting of the 35th Istanbul Film Festival to be held on Monday night, 14 March at Soho House İstanbul was cancelled after the terrorist attack in Ankara. İKSV General Director Görgün Taner, Akbank CEO Hakan Binbaşgil, and Istanbul Film Festival Director Kerem Ayan, extended their deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims and wished a quick recovery to those injured.

10 movie theatres host festival films

A supporter of independent movie theatres since its inception, the 35th Istanbul Film Festival will be hosted at ten cinemas: Atlas, Beyoğlu, and Fitaş (two halls) movie theatres, as well as Akbank Sanat and Istituto Italiano di Cultura in the Beyoğlu region, Feriye movie theatre in Ortaköy, Rexx movie theatre (two halls) in Kadıköy, and the Istanbul Modern Cinema in Tophane. The screenings will be at 11:00, 13:30, 16:00, 19:00 and 21:30, with traditional midnight sessions at 24:00 on Fridays and Saturdays, at the Atlas and Rexx movie theatres.

Festival spreads out across Istanbul this year

The Istanbul Film Festival screenings spread out on both sides of the city this year. On 16 and 17 April, which is the final weekend of the festival, a special selection of films will be screened at the Hoca Ahmet Yesevi Cultural Centre in Sultangazi and the Türkan Saylan Cultural Centre in Maltepe.

New sections in the festival

The Istanbul Film Festival continues its much loved, classic sections such as the Akbank Galas, Challenging the Years, From the World of Festivals, Young Masters, Documentary Time with NTV, Mined Zone, Antidepressant, Kids’ Menu, and Midnight Madness in its 35th edition, with the addition of sections special to this year.

• Musicians: The festival offers a brand new section this year for those who nurture their souls with music. 8 films that tell the stories of people who have made music an inseparable part of their lives will meet the audience in the Musicians section.

• Hidden Gems: One of the festival’s new sections to make much impact is the Hidden Gems, which will unearth films that are little-known in cinema history, that were banned, lost, left unscreened for years, or that did not receive the acknowledgement they deserve. Curated by Alkan Avcıoğlu, this section will debut 4 films, which were either discovered late or were restored.

• In Pursuit of Light: American Avantgarde Cinema of the 70s: With a view to opening a well-deserved space for experimental cinema, the Istanbul Film Festival goes back to the beginnings of this special genre and gathers the pioneering figures of the American avant-garde cinema from its prime in the 70s. In this section curated by Burak Çevik, films by such masters as Stan Brakhage, Michael Snow, Ken Jacobs, Robert Breer, Hollis Frampton, Ernie Gehr, Jonas Mekas, Stan Van Der Beek, Jerome Hill, and James Benning will make their Turkey premiere screened in their original 16mm format at the Istanbul Modern Cinema.

• Otto Preminger: Anatomy of a Director: The Istanbul Film Festival pays tribute to one of the most authentic, most independent, and most creative directors of all times, Otto Preminger, on the 30th anniversary of his death. A special selection of his 10 outstanding films will give cinephiles the perfect opportunity to get to know Otto Preminger better and watch his films on the big screen even after so many years. Father of “film noir”, called “Otto the Terrible” among other nicknames, he was always the one to push the limits, raise discussions, and to address taboos in his films. The master graphic designer Yurdaer Altıntaş, who has prepared the posters for many of the Istanbul Film Festival’s sections and events in earlier editions, has designed a special poster for this section.

The festival does not forget children

The 35th Istanbul Film Festival screens two French films for its young followers this year in a section entitled, “Kids’ Menu”: Simon Rouby’s animation film Adama, which was nominated for the European Film Academy’s European Film Awards, and the laughter-filled Sophie’s Misfortunes, adapted from Comtesse de Segur’s book from the 1850s.

Festival guests

The Istanbul Film Festival continues to host many guest filmmakers, actors and film professionals together with the festival audience. The actors and directors whose films will introduce their films before the screenings and hold Q&A sessions after. The festival guests include:

- The President of the Jury for the Golden Tulip International Competition Pablo Trapero, whose film El Clan will be screened in the Akbank Galas section, and his actress wife Martina Gusman;

- The Greek popstar Sakis Rouvas, who stars in the film Chevalier;

- Leyla Bouzid, the director, and the Tunisian singer Ghalia Benali, one of the actresses, of the film As I Open My Eyes, to be shown in the Musicians section;

- Felix van Groeningen, the director of Belgica, which won the Best Director Award at Sundance;

- Ciro Guerra, the director of Colombia’s first ever Oscar-nominated film, Embrace of the Serpent;

- Lucille Hadzihalilovic, recipient of the festival’s Radikal People’s Choice Award and the FIPRESCI Award for the International Competition section 10 years ago;

- Anca Damian, who won the Jury Special Award for her animation documentary Crulic in the 2012 FACE Human Rights in Cinema Competition and whose latest film The Magic Mountain will be screened at this year’s festival;

- Gianfranco Rosi, director of Fire at Sea, the recipient of Berlin Film Festival’s grand prize, the Golden Bear;

- Director Mai Masri, whose film 3000 Nights deals with the lives of Palestinian women under occupation.

Talks, Panel Discussions and Master Classes in the Festival

The 35th İstanbul Film Festival offers an intense schedule not only for its film programme, but also with its talks, panel discussions, and master classes.

The Golden Tulip National Competition’s President of the Jury, actress Müjde Ar will meet film lovers in a talk session, while the Golden Tulip International Competition’s President of the Jury, director Pablo Trapero will give a master class. Curator of the festival’s special section In Pursuit of Light: American Avantgarde Cinema of the 70s, Burak Çevik and director Herb Shellenberger will hold a panel discussion on experimental cinema. In parallel to this year’s special retrospective section Otto Preminger: Anatomy of a Director, film critic Nil Kural and former director of the Edinburgh Film Festival Chris Fujiwara will hold a panel discussion on the cinema of the legendary director. Furthermore, documentarians Emel Çelebi and Güliz Sağlam will hold a panel discussion on documentary-making in Turkey, and video artist Ali Kazma on video art. You can follow the up-to-date information on the festival events on film.iksv.org and on our social media accounts.

Concerts and parties at the festival

Mdou Moctar, star of the Nigerien film Color of Blue With a Little Red in It, which features audio-visually captivating music performances, will give a concert within the scope of the festival at Salon İKSV on Saturday night,  9 April. Guitarist, singer, and composer Mdou Moctar has won worldwide recognition for his experimental approach to traditional Tuareg music.

Tunisian singer Ghalia Benali, who impresses with her acting in the role of mother in As I Open My Eyes, will also give a concert within the scope of the festival. Acclaimed as one of the most amazing voices of the Arab world, Ghalia Benali blends Arabic folk tunes and traditional jazz forms with modern chillout and classic Indian music. She will be at the Salon İKSV on Tuesday night, 12 April.