17th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival

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17th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival
Location Antalya, Turkey
Awards Golden Orange
Festival date Cancelled
Website http://www.aksav.org.tr/en/
Antalya Film Festival

The 17th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival (Turkish: 17. Antalya Altın Portakal Film Festivali) was a film festival scheduled to be held in Antalya, Turkey, in 1980, which was cancelled due to the declaration of martial law throughout the country following the military coup on September 12, 1980.

The awards for this and the preceding festival, which was also cancelled, re-christened Belated Golden Oranges (Turkish: Geç Gelen Altın Portallar), were presented at an award ceremony as part of the 48th International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, with the recipients chosen from the films originally selected as candidates by the original jury members selected to represent the competition.

The original 1980 jury was to have consisted of Orhan Aksoy, Melih Cevdet Anday, Atilla Dorsay, Kami Suveren, Ara Güler, Kenan Değer, Erkal Güngören, Doğan Hızlan, Ahmet Keskin, Ergin Orbey, Atilla Özdemiroğlu, Nurettin Tekindor, Gani Turanlı, Tonguç Yaşar and Tunca Yönder.[1][2][3]

National Feature Film Competition[edit]

Jury Members
Prof. Dr. Özdemir Nutku
Hale Soygazi
Selahattin Tonguç
Vecdi Sayar
Atilla Dorsay
Tunca Yönder
Doğan Hızlan
Ahmet Keskin
Nurettin Tekindor
Kenan Değer
Tonguç Yaşar

Belated Golden Orange Awards[edit]

The reconstituted National Feature Film Competition Jury, headed by Prof. Dr. Özdemir Nutku, awarded Belated Golden Oranges in eight categories.

Official Selection[edit]

Seven Turkish films made in the preceding year were selected to compete in the festival's National Feature Film Competition.

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