Sarajevo: Turkish Filmmaker Semih Kaplanoğlu on the Dystopian Human Condition of ‘Grain’

Sarajevo: Turkish Filmmaker Semih Kaplanoğlu on the Dystopian Human Condition of ‘Grain’
Turkish filmmaker Semih Kaplanoğlu[/link], who won the Golden Bear in Berlin for his 2010 film “Honey,” opens the Sarajevo Film Festival with the world premiere of “Grain.” The contemplative sci-fi drama is set in an apocalyptic future in which drought, starvation, the refugee crisis, genetic modification of crops, and human arrogance have ravaged the planet.

In advance of the film’s premiere, Kaplanoğlu spoke to Variety about the film, which stars Jean-Marc Barr and Ermin Bravo.
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