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20th Festival on Wheels 2014, 28/11-8/12
27 November 2014
 
 
   
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The Festival on Wheels, the cinematic caravan going from city to city, from Turkey to Bosnia-Herzegovina and from Greece to Georgia and even to Azerbaijan, is ready to celebrate its 20th edition. Screenings start today in Ankara, lasting till December 4. The festival will travel to Eskisehir (3 - 7 December) and to the Black Sea port of Sinop (5 – 8 December).

The organisers of the 20th anniversary edition have prepared a line-up of workshops and cinema-themed Q&A sessions complementing the traditional sections and special screenings on offer at the festival every year. 

The Turkey 2014 Section will present some inspiring Turkish films, with screenings, as usual, taking place in the presence of the director and selected cast members. 

Song of My Mother by Erol Mintaş (Turkey/France, 2014), winner of Best Film and Best Actor awards at the 2014 Sarajevo Film Festival

Fish by Derviş Zaim ( 2014, Turkey), Best Screenplay at this year’s Adana Film Festival

I΄m Not Him by Tayfun Pirselimoğlu (Turkey/Greece/Germany/France, 2013), Best Screenplay at the 2013 Rome Film Fest and Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Music awards at the 2014 Istanbul Film Festival

Why Can’t I Be Tarkovsky? by Murat Düzgünoğlu (Turkey, 2014), winner of the Yılmaz Güney award at the 2014 Adana Golden Boll Festival

Sivas by Kaan Müjdeci (Turkey/Germany, 2014), Special Jury Prize at this year΄s Venice Film Festival 

Spirit of Dust by Nesimi Yetik (Turkey, 2014), Best Film at the 2014 Adana Film Festival


On the World Cinema section, the Festival on Wheels is screening the very latest in world cinema, like 
Leviathan by Andrey Zvyagintsev (Russia, 2014)
Blind Dates by Levan Koguashvili (Georgia, 2013)
Adventure by Nariman Turebayev (Kazakhstan-France, 2014)
Two Days, One Night by Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne (Belgium/Italy/France, 2014)
Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem by Shlomi & Ronit Elkabetz (Israel/France, 2014)
Cathedrals of Culture by Wim Wenders, Michael Glawogger, Michael Madsen, Robert Redford, Margreth Olin and Karim Aïnouz (Denmark/Austria/Norway/Germany, 2014)
Triptyque by Pedro Pires & Robert Lepage (Canada, 2013)
1001 Grams by Bent Hamer (Norway/Germany/France, 2014)

Not forgetting the Festival on Wheels΄ mission, to take world-class cinema to film enthusiasts in cities around Turkey, while introducing Turkish cinema to the world beyond Turkey’s borders. So, with the theme for its 20th anniversary edition For the Love of Cinema! the festival selects films dealing in some shape or form with a passion for cinema: 

Camera Buff by Krzystof Kieslowski (Poland, 1979)
Goodbye to Language by Jean-Luc Godard (France/Switzerland, 2014)
When I Will Be Dictator by Yaël André (Belgium, 2013)
The First Movie by Mark Cousins (UK, 2009)
Remake, Remix, Ripoff by Cem Kaya (Germany/Turkey, 2014)
Close-Up by Abbas Kiarostami (Germany/Turkey, 2014) 

Sivas by Kaan Müjdeci

Three legendary masterpieces have also found their way to this year΄s Festival on Wheels, Three Doors Opening on Reality section. Selected by Turkish writer Murathan Mungan, Blow Up by Michelangelo Antonioni (Italy/UK/USA, 1966), Francis Coppola΄s The Conversation (USA, 1974) and Rasomon by Akira Kurosawa (Japan, 1950) can be easily described as modern classics. 

Cinema in Ottoman Times, one of the special sections of the festival, will project various archives  material shot on Ottoman territory by different filmmakers between 1896 and 1922. Curated by Elif Röngen-Kaynakçı of the EYE Film Museum in Amsterdam, and ranging from tourist-guide scenery shots to ethnographic observation, the films offer a huge diversity of insights into the period.

The festival is also presenting the 20 Years΄ Best Shorts section, the Children΄s Films section (focusing on Korea), the Short is Good section, the A Day at the Museum category and a special section dedicated to the video work of prominent contemporary artist CANAN.

Last but not least, the Let΄s Talk Cinema meetings, a kind of one-week film school aiming to bring together amateur filmmakers with professionals in a carefully put together program under the umbrella of the Festival on Wheels. 


Source: Festival on Wheels official site
 
 
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  Song Of My Mother
  Remake, Remix, RipOff
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  Spirit of Dust
 
  Tayfun Pirselimoglu
  Dervis Zaim
  Erol Mintas
  Cem Kaya
  Kaan Mujdeci
  Nesimi Yetik
 
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  Festival on Wheels - 2013
 
 
 
 
 
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