Films that have achieved significant success in national and international festivals will compete in the National Feature Film Competition of the Accessible Film Festival, which will meet with cinema lovers with online and physical screenings between 11-17 October 2021.
The section, where the best examples of Turkish cinema have met as the Barrier-Free Competition since its first year, will be held as the National Feature Film Competition from this year. Director Banu Sıvacı, screenwriter and producer Emine Yıldırım and director İnan Temelkuran are among the jury members of the National Feature Film Competition, which includes five films from Turkish cinema.
The Best Film, Best Director and Best Screenplay awards to be determined by the members of the jury, and the Audience Special Award to be determined by the audience, will be announced online on Sunday, October 17, and will find their owners at the Award Ceremony, which can be followed from all over Turkey.
FILMS COMPETING IN THE NATIONAL FEATURE FILM COMPETITION
Among the films that compete in important film festivals and will continue their festival journey in the National Feature Film Competition of the Accessible Film Festival; Making the world premiere of Barış Sarhan at the Rotterdam Film Festival; Cemil Show, his first feature film in which he tells the tragicomic story of a shopping mall security officer who wants to be an actor, is Faysal Soysal's unique perspective on post-coup traumas and femicide, which won the "Best Actor" award from Adana Golden Boll Film Festival. Presenting different political, moral and philosophical perspectives, Walnut Tree, Azra Deniz Okyay's film that tells the intersecting stories of four different characters on a day when the electricity was cut across the country, and was awarded the "Grand Prize" in the Critics' Week section of the 77th Venice Film Festival, Ghosts is a part of Kumbara and Cihan Sağlam, Ferit Karol's film Kumbara and Cihan Sağlam, which focuses on the relationship between Orhan, a modest family man, and his family during the difficult process and won the "Behlül Dal Best Debut Film" award at the 57th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival. The 31st International Ankara Film F His movie Long Ago, which won the “Best First Film” award at the festival.
THE FESTIVAL IS FULLY ACCESSIBLE AND FREE THIS YEAR
The screenings of the Accessible Film Festival, organized by Puruli Culture and Arts, will be held this year at Doğan Taşdelen Contemporary Arts Center in Ankara and online at eff2021.muvi.com.
The films in the program of the Festival, which presents all screenings free of charge to the audience this year, as every year, can be viewed online at Doğan Taşdelen Contemporary Arts Center between 11-13 October and online at eff11.muvi.com between 17-2021 October. can be done.