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17th International Adana Golden Boll Film Festival — National Feature Competition

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17th International Adana Golden Boll Film Festival — National Feature Competition by Mutt
The 17th International Adana Golden Boll Film Festival was a film festival held in Adana, Turkey which ran from September 20 to 26, 2010. More than 200 films were shown at nine different locations in the course of the festival, at which films promoting the ideals of democracy were shown and Greek Director Theo Angelopoulos was the guest of honor. Ten Turkish films made in the preceeding year were selected from the forty that applied to compete in the festival’s National Feature Film Competition and the following prizes were awarded; Grand Jury Best Picture: Honey (Turkish: Bal) directed by Semih Kaplanoğlu Grand Jury “Yılmaz Güney” Best… Read more

The 17th International Adana Golden Boll Film Festival was a film festival held in Adana, Turkey which ran from September 20 to 26, 2010. More than 200 films were shown at nine different locations in the course of the festival, at which films promoting the ideals of democracy were shown and Greek Director Theo Angelopoulos was the guest of honor. Ten Turkish films made in the preceeding year were selected from the forty that applied to compete in the festival’s National Feature Film Competition and the following prizes were awarded;

Grand Jury Best Picture: Honey (Turkish: Bal) directed by Semih Kaplanoğlu
Grand Jury “Yılmaz Güney” Best Picture: Brought by the Sea (Turkish: Denizden Gelen) directed by Nesli Çölgeçen
Best Director: Selim Demirdelen for Intersection (Turkish: Kavşak) / Levent Semerci for Breath (Turkish: Nefes: Vatan Sağolsun)
Best Actor: Tansu Biçer for Five Cities (Turkish: Beş Şehir)
Best Actress: Nergis Öztürk for Envy (Turkish: Kıskanmak) / Sezin Akbaşoğulları for Intersection (Turkish: Kavşak)
Best Supporting Actor: Bülent Emin Yarar for Five Cities (Turkish: Beş Şehir)
Best Supporting Actress: Beste Bereket for Five Cities (Turkish: Beş Şehir)
Most Promising Newcomer (actor): Umut Kurt for Intersection (Turkish: Kavşak)
Most Promising Newcomer (actress): Suzan Genç for A Step into the Darkness (Turkish: Büyük Oyun)
Special Jury Award (young actor/actress): Bora Altaş for Honey (Turkish: Bal)
Best Screenplay: Onur Ünlü for Five Cities (Turkish: Beş Şehir)
Best Music: Selim Demirden for Intersection (Turkish: Kavşak)
Audience Jury Best Picture: Breath (Turkish: Nefes: Vatan Sağolsun) directed by Levent Semerci
Turkish Film Critics Association (SİYAD) Best Film Award: Honey (Turkish: Bal) directed by Semih Kaplanoğlu

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