51st International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival

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The Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival was established in 1964. It is considered by many to be Turkey’s foremost film festival—a festive environment where film critics, directors, stars and spectators mingle in press conferences and parties, a spectacular event likened to Cannes Film Festival by those organising and attending it (Akser, “Antalya” 595). It is the oldest surviving film festival in Turkey, with a tradition of attendance by local cinephiles, spectacular parades of Turkish film stars and gala events for films that have won international acclaim at other festivals.
LanguageEnglish
Pages1-7
JournalAlphaville Journal of Film and Screen Media
Volume9
Publication statusPublished - 26 Oct 2015

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