|  
  |  
  |  
  |  
  |  
  |  
  |  
  |  
18 April 2014, Friday
 
 
Today's Zaman
 
 
 
 

Altın Portakal film fest unveils poster for 49th edition

16 May 2012, Wednesday /TODAY’S ZAMAN
Turkey’s Altın Portakal (Golden Orange) International Film Festival has unveiled the poster for its 49th edition in Antalya, set to take place in October in the sun-kissed Mediterranean city, the organizers of the annual cinematic get-together announced Wednesday.

The 2012 poster, by graphic designer Kusuf Kara, features a golden orange made of a film reel, which also stands for the illuminated world of cinema. The poster was chosen from among 49 finalists from a total of 177 designs submitted to the festival’s poster competition.

The winner and the runners-up were announced during a news conference on Wednesday in Antalya by Mayor Mustafa Akaydın.

Kara won a TL 5,000 cash prize for his winning design while the second-place winner was Yusuf İnci, a graphic design student from Bilecik University, who won TL 2,000, and graphic designer Metin Erdoğan came in third, winning TL 1,000.

The 49 posters that were selected for the finals of the competition will be put on display in an exhibition in Antalya during this year’s festival. The 49th Altın Portakal International Film Festival will run Oct. 6-12.

 
 
ARTS & CULTURE  Other Titles
‘Let's Sin': Thou shalt not kill
This week in theaters
Rapper Nas kicks off Tribeca festival with documentary, concert
Film on young victims of Dersim massacre shown in Ankara
Dikbaş brings a flow of ideas to new Gallery Tankut Aykut
Kutluğ Ataman's 1995 debut feature revisited 19 years on
Tickets for Ankara Jazz Festival on sale, Pink Martini among guests
Art news in brief
Crime king Jo Nesbo's tale of revenge has echoes of his own father
Adana's theater festival marks 16th year with Aquatic Parade
‘Istanbul United': Resisting football and fury
Al Di Meola to delight Ankara audience at music festival
Tickets for Itzhak Perlman's upcoming İstanbul concert still on sale
Aw, geez, ‘Fargo' is on TV with Billy Bob Thornton
Singer Audra McDonald transforms into Billie Holiday on Broadway
Labor film festival to mark ninth year in four cities
Opus Amadeus Festival concludes with baroque gems
‘The Friend': a look into reality that surrounds us
'Captain America' soars above ‘Rio 2'
Glitzy Olivier Awards honors ‘Mormon', ‘Ghosts'
‘Grandmaster' nearly sweeps Hong Kong Film Awards
‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire' sweeps MTV Movie Awards
Turkish palms and Byzantine paintings
‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier': Maybe the most grown-up Avengers movie yet
CULTURAL AGENDA
...
Bloggers