Emin Alper was the only name that entered from Turkey

Emin Alper is the only person from Turkey to enter the official selection for the 75th Cannes Film Festival this year. Alper’s latest film will feature “Dry Days” at the Un Certain Regard selection, one of the hottest parts of Cannes. Selahattin Bachali and Ekin Koç play the main roles in Emin Alper’s new film “The Barren Days”, which is still in Amsterdam, and takes on the sound mixing of his film, Erol Babaooglu, Erdem Shinocak, Selin Yenıncı, Sinan Demirer and Nizam. Namidar, Alici ve Eylül Ersöz are in the supporting roles.

The film, which has elements of both political and psychological thrillers, revolves around the conflicts between the newly appointed prosecutor Emre in the drought-stricken town of Yaniklar, and the mayor Selim, the local journalist Murat and the town’s notables.

Korac Gunler (project name Balkaya), produced by Ai Yapim, Liman Film and Zola Yapim, received production support from the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism, General Directorate of Cinema. After the film’s world premiere in Cannes, the film will meet audiences in Turkey in the fall of 2022.

18 Golden Palm Film Competition

18 films will compete in the main part of the festival for the Palme d’Or. These productions include David Cronenberg’s Future Crimes, Darden Brothers’ Tori and Lukita, Christian Mungiu’s new RMN, Park Chan-wook’s Decision to Leave, and Claire Dennis’ new Stars at Noon movie, Broker ” by Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda (above), “The Triangle of Sorrow” by Robin Ostlund, “Appearance” by Kelly Richardt, “Tchaikovsky” by Kirill Serebrenkov Heir” and “Freer et Sauer” by French director Arnaud Desplechin. The opening film of the festival has been identified as “Z (Comme Z)” by Michel Hazanavicius.

Along with the previously announced Top Gun: Maverick and Elvis in the non-competitive episodes, Ethan Coen’s new single “Jerry Lee Lewis: Trouble In Mind” and George Miller’s highly anticipated movie “Three Thousand Years of Longing” and Olivier are also there. “Irma Vep” by Assayas.

The 75th Cannes Film Festival will take place from 17-28 May.

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