The Fifth International Red Crescent Friendship Festival won an award best Short film productions at the end of Flour selection proces.
Organizing the festival with support from the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and General Directorate of Cinema is one of most popular art events in Turkey, featuring 448 films from 50 films countries this is year.
“Desert Lights” by Chilean director Caterina Harder and “Together Alone” by Kasim Urdek received an award best picture award.
in between movies Classified under “The Human Eye” section, Iranian Perviz Rostemi’s “The Seven Symphonies” of Zagros “and was chosen first award for Calendar year at the festival.
which festival set out with Intention of Re-read the concept of amity through cinematography, presented awards to the winners of the historical atlas.
Speaking at the ceremony, Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism Ahmet Mesbah Demirkan said, “We have first duty One is to protect our tangible heritage, and the other is to protect and pass on intangible heritage on to me future generations. To achieve these books, theater and opera often cinema help. Because it saves us with a great opportunity to network with millions of people. the world She has it now eyes on Turkish culture abounds people Rather, we strive to learn Turkish. All films, whether short or long, are media of Our culture. From this perspective, I will like To thank all stakeholders of Cinematic Brotherhood.
Neşet Ertaş Amity Award was presented to Demir Özcan’s movie “Istanbul Istanbul”, while “The Day My Father Died” won the festival’s Phono Film Post-Production Award.
The Red Crescent Award for Humanitarian Perspective was presented for the first time this year The Seven Symphonies of Pervez Rostemi Festival of Zagros (Seven Symphonies of Zagros), “a film presented by the President of the Turkish Red Crescent (Kizilay) Kerem Kinik.
Fourteen short films from 10 countries made To “Panorama” and “Kirk Yelik Hater” (roughly translates to “40 years old”) of Remembrance sections).
The honorable mention has been reserved for Agnieszka Nowosielska’s movie “Expression (Vraj)”. Special Jury Prize Presented to “The End of Valentina Cassady” of September.”