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"A Small September Problem" will be opening film of the festival and accompanied by Kerem Deren, Engin Akyurek, and Zeynep Abdullah"
At the 14th Turkish Film Festival, 30 films will be shown in September - including German movie "Fack Ju Goethe". In addition, concerts, discussions and a closing party will be held. A woman with no memory of the last month of her life, four disillusioned women who drunk for planning a bank robbery, a temporarily blinded filmmaker, a child bride forced to marry, and a paralyzed football player… These are the materials of the films shown at this year's Turkish Film Festival.
From September 7 to 13, the festival will be held for the 14th time in the Rhine-Main area. Festival Centre is the Cinestar Metropolis in Frankfurt, but there are also additional locations: Orfeos in Bock and home cinemas in Offenbach and Langen. Overall, about 30 films will be shown. While most of them are from Turkey, there are also German films shown for - simply put - Turks in Germany, such as "Fack Ju goehte" or "Once Hans with hot sauce".
"Movies are more persuasive than any other medium," says festival director Hüseyin Sitki. So people of different cultures together would be the Festival objective. The Turkish Film Festival in Frankfurt is the second largest of its kind in Germany. Last year, around 5,000 visitors came according to Sitki’s information. Now he hopes more audience growth.
The opening film "A Small Eylul Matter" (8.9.) will be shown in the presence of its director and screenwriter Kerem Deren and the movie’s two main characters. Additional guests are invited to panel discussions like "100 years of Turkish film" in the novel factory on September 10.
In the European film forum, the family on the multicultural society is in focus. Here, the audience’s favorite "Monsieur Claude and his daughters" from France will be shown. In addition, four documentaries will be shown including the protests in Istanbul ("Every Day I'm Capuling") and the history of cinema in Turkey ("The Enchanted Lantern").
The supporting program includes concerts: On September 11, the film musics of Turkish cinema of the 60s and 70s can be heard in Dr. Hoch's Conservatory homage. The next day, there will be a fusion of Turkish music and jazz of Mesut Ali in the factory (Sachsenhausen).
The festival will finish on September 13 with the award ceremony of the winners of the film competition. At 22:00, the final party in the Union Hall will begin.
Admission:. 6 euros per film.http://www.journal-frankfurt.de/journal ... 22503.html