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The 16th Filmekimi, organized by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV), will be bringing cinephiles in seven different cities together with outstanding films between Sept. 29 and Oct. 8. The festival will travel to six more cities during October.
One of the festival films, ‘The Mountain Between Us,’ is starring Idris Elba and Kate Winslet as two strangers fighting to stay alive after a plane crash.
Cannes prize-winning director Karoly Makk died Wednesday at the age of 91, Hungary’s Szechenyi Academy of Literature and Arts told the state news agency MTI.
Director John Landis says his new 3D version of “Thriller” gives Michael Jackson fans chance to see the groundbreaking video how the late king of pop would have wanted them to.
The 74th edition of the world’s oldest cinema festival, Venice film festival, kicks off today and will run through Sept 9, bringing together the Hollywood royalty and British monarchy
The 43rd edition of France’s Deauville American Film Festival opened late on Sept. 1 in the Normandy seaside resort with a tribute to American actress Laura Dern.
Turkish director Can Ulkay’s feature film “Ayla” will be Turkey’s Oscar entry for next year’s Oscars.
For the third consecutive weekend “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” was the top film in North American box offices, but the cinematic scene remained deep in the summer doldrums, website Exhibitor Relations reported on Sept. 3.
The world-renowned British actor and radio presenter Larry Lamb and his son, radio and television presenter George Lamb, will introduce Turkish history, archeology and culture on a TV show, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported