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JCI İSTANBUL CROSSROADS
6th International Short Film Festival 2011
"Intercultural Dialogue"

THE BEST FILM

GRENOUILLE D'HIVER

Director: SLONY SOW
Fiction
17:00
FRANCE

Benjamin, winemaker, sees his wife die in his arms following a long illness. Only one way for him: death. But a young Japanese woman, coming specially to taste his wine, will gently bring him to mourn the death of his wife by a series of symbols and exchanges between two cultures.
2nd PRIZE

IN/OUT

Director: ZEYNEP MERVE UYGUN
Documantary
15:00
TURKEY

IN/OUT, Avrupa'da düzenlenen bir belgesel projesine Türkiye'den katılan bir film yapımcısının Sırbistan'dan sınırdışı edilişini ve domino taşı etkisi yaratan bu olayın sebep olduğu problemleri konu ediyor. Bir bölümü sınırda çekilen gerçek görüntüler olmak üzere 3 bölümden oluşan animasyon belgesel türündeki film, sınır kavramını görselleştirerek ülkelerarası geçişlerde uygulanan yaptırımları ve farklı ülkelerdeki yurttaşlık durumlarını sorguluyor.
3rd PRIZE

YÖRÜMEYENLER

Director: SADIK ZİYA ZEHİR
Documantary
19:23
TURKEY

Yıllar önce Antalya'dan Balıkesir taraflarına göçen yörükler, Osmanlı zamanında Bursa Valisi "herkes bulunduğu yerde kalacak" diye ferman çıkartınca bulundukları yerde kalır. O gün bugündür yörükler yerleşik hayata geçmişlerdir. Yörüklerin yerleşik hayatta nasıl geçimlerini sağladıkları, ne gibi zorluklarla karşılaştıklarını, teknolojiden yoksun olmanın yörüklerin hayatını nasıl etkilediğini anlatan bir belgesel.


DEADLINE FOR SHORT FILM SUBMISSIONS: 25th October,2011

Our festival is a short film competition that aims to create a global awareness to the emigration problems and all cinemamakers and cinema fans to transfer their “Intercultural Dialogue” themed films to big screen. Festival will include seminars, panels, film screenings and workshops. In the competition section fiction, animation, documentary, and experimental short films with the “Intercultural Dialogue” theme will compete and the directors will be supported with various awards.
This festival is a project of the non-profit organization connected to Junior Chamber International, “Worldwide Federation of Young Leaders and Entrepreneurs” Istanbul branch which is accepted as a constituent organization by other federations including Council of Europe and Euro Chambers as well as United Nation. JCI, being established in 1910, is the world’s 3rd biggest non-governmental organization with more than 200,000 members in 124 countries.
JCI ‹stanbul Crossroads International Short Film Competition and Festival is accepted to be supporting and making a contribution to the presentation of Turkey by Ministry of Culture and has been selected “World’s Most Successful Public Relations Program” and “Europe’s Most Successful Publication” in JCI 2007 World Congress.

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Festival Director
BERNA FIRAT
Member of JCI Istanbul



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