Cinema politics is
based on the combination of the different features such as interaction with
society international circulation, industry specific settlement, and
relationship with technology, industry, art, and mass media. The policies
created for the cinema field are under the influence of economic and cultural
values. Interventionism, protectionism and support should be assessed in this
context in the field of cinema. From the beginning until 1987, Turkish cinema
has been developed and developed with its own internal dynamics without being
supported by the state. The Turkish cinema has developed its own production
style without rely on the non-sector capital and with the domestic audience in
the domestic market without receiving state support. State support to the
cinema which has been recently restructured has been provided by the Law No.
5224 on the Evaluation, Classification and Supporting of Cinema Films. It is
the first time that Turkish cinema has a Law. It has been accepted in the
Assembly that it is a sector in which cinema is supposed to be supported and
The purpose of this
study to assert the film support systems briefly and particularly present a
general evaluation of the consequences the Regulations for Supporting as well
as Supervising and Classifying the Cinema Films on the basis of the Law No.
5224 pertaining to the Evaluation, Classification and Support of the Cinema
Films with respect to the Turkish cinema in the frame of cinema policies.
Cinema films, supporting, state support, Law No. 5224