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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The first-ever Turkish voting member of a major Hollywood group believes independent Turkish movie makers need bolder productions
Turkish TV dramas, which have drawn great attention in Latin America, can reach wider audiences and contribute to Turkey’s promotion and tourism with the help of collaborations with these countries, officials say
The General Directorate of Cinema has announced that it will give a total of 25.6 million Turkish Liras in financial support to 30 projects this year, with the biggest share being granted to the latest film by internationally recognized director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s “Ahlat Ağacı” (The Wild Pear).
Trailers for a Turkish TV series on a Syrian refugee family that will feature global superstars such as actress Angelina Jolie and football player Cristiano Ronaldo have been completed in the southeastern province of Gaziantep, the show’s director has said.
The mayors of two Turkish districts have said they will impose bans on a latest film by Mahsun Kırmızıgül from being screened in movie theaters in their districts.
The 16th !f Istanbul Independent Film Festival will take place between Feb. 16 and 26 in Istanbul and March 2 and 5 in Ankara and İzmir
The 67th Berlinale, the first major cinema showcase in Europe each year, has unveiled its lineup. This year, 18 films will vie for the top prize of the Golden Bear
Musical ‘La La Land’ picked up five British Academy Film Awards on Feb 12 at a London ceremony that many see as a bellwether for the Oscars
The director of a new film about Arab-Israeli women has been receiving death threats for her unflinching portrayal of sex, drugs, parties, homosexuality and rape in her community