The eighties for our cinema were a period when the crisis that started in the 1970s gradually deepened. The number of film productions, which was around 200 in the 1960s and 1970s, dropped to the 70s in the first half of the 1980s, and in the second half of the same period, For the market created by the rushing video industry
This number has slightly exceeded 100 with the films made. Turkey of the 1990s films> first half> p> The total market share of> 1-2% being> ndad> r. But at the same> period of the second half> p> started in the revival, Turkey cinema> n> on y> l put in a totally different point. The situation started to change together since 1996. At the beginning of the early years, the rate of watching domestic films started to increase rapidly. In the 1990s, Hollywood movies attracted audiences to theaters again, while local films are effective in increasing the number of audiences in the new period. In the 1980s, Turkey cinema> n> n do> as a result of changes in the transportation sector, do> mc> and directors giving priority to create a more personal expression> c> are direct- ed to the project. On the other hand, the softening of censorship has created a more liberal environment for filmmakers, and the state’s approach to domestic cinema has changed to engage with the industry in a more positive way, especially to support “art films”. A development with the new era is that the possibility of foreign sales has increased for popular domestic films, which are generally successful with big gifs in the country. Popular movie of our world ‘distributed to the various locations> lm> fl Chinese and Indian diasporas> n> n they founded their own culture> Similar to the relationship, especially distribution centered at living on Turkish migrants in Europe Europe> t> Do companies have tools> l> Therefore, they form an important audience potential for this new market. Another cinema concept> fl> in the cinema in Turkey> ns> n> r are> n go beyond and its transnational property gain> n> n Another is an important element of the movies they realize the Turkey-based director in Germany emerged> carded ›¤› is a new understanding of cinema.
Ourselves S> Nayala> m 1. Turkey cinema> n> n below about the development process of> Which of the statements in the wrong> flt> r? a. After the Second World War, domestic cinema spread to cities and villages, becoming a mass media and institutionalized. b. The movie Hal ›c› K ›z, shot by Muhsin Ertu¤rul, is the first color film shot. c. The period covering the late 1970s and the end of the 1980s is known as the Yeflilçam period, which is called the golden age of Turkish cinema. D. Yeflilçam mainstream in Turkey> m sinemay> represents. to. The first animation movie was shot by Turgut Demira¤ in 1950. 2. In parallel with the development of capitalism in Turkey in 1960 and 1972> ller> between> of the Turkish cinema> which opens> s from the bottom> for calls> n> life> flt> r? a. His success in animation cinema b. Its success at the international level c. The richness of visual materials used in films d. The number of films shot and the popularity these films have gained in the domestic market e. Directors’ inclination towards art films is a popular film genre of 3. Yeflilçam cinema. Women ‘s films, villages films, gangster films of the 1960s such as> the middle> had occurred in> blood, Turkey cinema> is the common axis of the specific types of a very popular movie.