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Balkan films in 17th edition of Motovun film festival
22 July 2014
 
 
   
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Motovun film festival opens its gates at 26 of July and will last till the 30th for its 17th edition.  
In the official competition, the “main programme” one film from Serbia, one from Greece and two from Croatia will compete, along with seventeen international productions, for the Propeler awards.
This year Motovun presents the best of Turkish cinema in a Special Turkey programme, with 10 films produced between 2001 - 2013. In the same section a Cypriot/Greek co-production, Kismet, is scheduled too, as Kismet depicts how Turkish soap operas conquered the hearts of the viewers among the world.
In the “life is a performance” section where the films are inspired and  dedicated to important personalities, among the six presented, the four are from Balkan countries. Two more Balkan films will be presented to the festival audience in the “special screenings” section.
Here is the complete list!

Main program 2014

Barbarians, by Ivan Ikic, Serbia, 2014, 87 min
Stratos, by Yannis Economides, Greece, 2014, 137 min
Children of Transition, by Matija Vukcic, Croatia, 2014, 81 min
Number 55, by Kristijan Milic, Croatia, 2014, 90 min

Special Turkey

Vizontele, by Yilmaz Erdogan, Turkey, 2001, 110 min
Pandora’s Box, by Yesim Ustaoglou, Turkey, 2008, 112 min
Somewhere in between, by Yesim Ustaoglou, Turkey, 2012, 124 min
Wrong Rosary, by Mahmut Fazil Coskun, Turkey, 2009, 90 min
Yozgat Blues, by Mahmut Fazil Coskun, Turkey, 2013, 93 min
Kismet, by Nina Maria Paschalidou, Greece/Cyprus, 2013, 52min
My father and my son, by Cagan Irmak, Turkey, 2005, 108 min
Watchtower, by Pelin Esmer, Turkey/France, 2012, 100 min
Times and Winds, by Reha Erdem, Turkey, 2006, 111 min
Autumn, by Ozcan Alper, Turkey/Germany, 2008, 106 min

Life is a Performance

My Craft, by Mladen Maticevic, Croatia/Serbia, 2014, 72 min
The Elderly Parasite, by Janez Burger, Slovenia, 2013, 83 min
Project Cancer, by Damjan Kozole, Slovenia, 2013, 91 min

Special screenings

The cover story, by Silvana Mendusic, Croatia, 2013, 55min
Istria in Transition, by Lothar Lust/ Arnold Trampe, Croatia/Netherlands/Germany, 2014, 29 min
 
 
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  Wrong Rosary
  Times and Winds
  Barbarians
  Watchtower
  Somewhere in Between
  Autumn
  Yozgat Blues
  Stratos
  Pandora`s Box
  My Father and My Son
  Vizontele
  Kismet
  Number 55
  Children of Transition
  My Craft
  The Elderly Parasite or Who is Marko Brecelj?
  The right man for capitalsm
  Last Stop Salvation
  Project Cancer
  The Cover Story
 
  Yannis Economides
  Nina Maria Paschalidou
  Yilmaz Erdogan
  Mahmut Fazil Coskun
  Janez Burger
  Damjan Kozole
  Reha Erdem
  Ozcan Alper
  Ivan Ikic
  Pelin Esmer
  Yesim Ustaoglu
  Cagan Irmak
  Kristijan Milic
  Matija Vuksic
  Mladen Maticevic
  Dusan Moravec
  Yusuf Pirhasan
  Silvana Mendusic
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
       
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