Turkish, Romania, Croatian, Cypriot Films in Cannes Un Certain Regard

2022-04-25 00:00:00

Turkish film Burning Days by Emin Alper, Romanian / French coproduction Metronom, directed by Alexandru Belc, Croatian minority coproduction Butterfly Vision by Maksym Nakonechnyi and Cypriot minority coproduction Mediterranean Fever by Palestinian director Maha Haj, have been selected in the 75th edition of Cannes Film Festival (17-28 May 2022).

Burning Days marks the first time Alper has been selected for Cannes.  It was produced by Alper’s regular collaborator Nadir Operli for Turkey’s Ay Yapim and Liman Film. Co-producers are Turkey’s Zola Yapim, France’s Gloria Films, Germany’s Pola Pandora, the Netherlands’ Circe Films, Greece’s Horsefly Productions and Croatia’s 4Film.

Metronom was produced by Strada Film Internațional, Midralgar, Chainsaw Europe and supported by the Romanian Film Center - CNC, La Region Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Catena, OMD România, Friesland Câmpina.

Butterfly Vision is a Ukraine, Czech Republic, Croatia, Sweden coproduction, produced by Tabor in coproduction with MasterFilm, 4 Film, Sisyfos Film Production. It was supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Center (HAVC).  

Mediterranean Fever is an international film produced by Madjal Films (Palestine) in coproduction with Pallas Film (Germany), Still Moving (France) and AMP Filmworks (Cyprus), in association with Metafora Production (Turkey). The film was supported by the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture (Cinema Advisory Committee

K. Gjozev


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