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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
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Sundance films to premiere at Istanbul!

The Sundance Film Festival will take place between 16 and 26 January. The six films from the Sundance programme that the Istanbul Film Festival will be screening are Pawel Pawlikowski’s Holocaust drama Ida, Alain Guiraudie’s Cannes winner murder mystery Stranger by the Lake, Tala Derki’s Return to Homs which was IDFA’s opening film, Indian actress Geetu Mohandas’ debut feature Liar’s Dice, and Noaz Deshe’s African drama White Shadow.

The Sundance Film Festival will take place between 16 and 26 January. The six films from the Sundance programme that the Istanbul Film Festival will be screening are Pawel Pawlikowski’s Holocaust drama Ida, Alain Guiraudie’s Cannes winner murder mystery Stranger by the Lake, Tala Derki’s Return to Homs which was IDFA’s opening film, Gregg Araki’s latest drama White Bird in A Blizzard which comes after a three year hiatus, Indian actress Geetu Mohandas’ debut feature Liar’s Dice, and Noaz Deshe’s African drama White Shadow.

Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida has already won best film accolades in London, Les Arcs, Gdynia and Warsaw film festivals, and also brought best actress awards to its main actresses at Les Arcs Film Festival, Agata Kulesza and Agata Trzebuchowska. Set in the 1960s at Poland, the black and white film follows a young nun who discovers that she is actually Jewish right before she takes her final vows.

French director Alain Guiraudie’s latest film which won The Directing Award and The Queer Palm at Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard sidebar Stranger by the Lake, is a Hitchcockian meditation on death, queer culture and friendship. The film is set completely on a secluded nude beach.

Slated at the opening slot of one of the most respectful documentary festivals of the world, IDFA, Return to Homs paints a portrait of revolutionist youngsters at the Syrian city of Homs. Director Tala Derki follows two close friend for a period of three years: 19-year-old Basset and 24-year-old video-activist Ossama who start with passive resistance but find themselves engaged in armed conflicts. The producer of the film, and also one of the cameramen is Orwa Nyrabia, who had visited the festival in 2012 as a speaker on the Filming Revolution panel..

Taking its name from a South American game, Liar’s Dice is the debut feature of actress-writer-director Geetu Mohandas. Lead by actress Geetanjali Thapa and Lunchbox and Gangs of Wasseypur actor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, the film follows a young woman who does not heed the elders of her Himalayan village and hits the road to find her missing husband.

Winning The Lion of the Future which is given to the best first film at the Venice Film Festival, White Shadow follows an albino boy who who travels from his village to the big city, to survive from traders and hunters who kills albinos and sell their body parts as charms. The film is directed by Los Angeles writer-director Noaz Deshe.