The International Istanbul Film festival

 

The International İstanbul Film Festival was first presented as a film week in the summer of 1982, within the framework of the International İstanbul Festival. The Festival aims are to encourage the development of cinema in Turkey and to promote Turkish cinema on the international market.
The Istanbul International Film Festival is organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (IKSV), a non-profit organisation. It is held every year in April in various venues in Istanbul, Turkey.
The International Istanbul Film festival
This year, the International Istanbul Film Festival will be held between the 3rd and the 18th of April while the third Feature Film Development Workshop will be take place on the 14th and the 15th of April 2010 . Open only to feature film projects from Turkey, the workshop seeks to offer an international network platform for participating filmmakers to present their projects, and seek financial strategy resources to initiate production.

For further information, contact:
Gülin Üstün
onthebridge@iksv.org
www.iksv.org

 


 

 

 

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