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Another movie adaptation of Turkey’s popular TV series and a leading export item to the Arab world, “Valley of the Wolves” (Kurtlar Vadisi), is slated to be released in September, with its director and main actor giving a tiny spoiler that it will touch on last year’s foiled coup attempt
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).
‘Hidden Figures’ was the winner at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards on Jan 29. Although less high-profile than the Golden Globes, the SAG awards are seen as more of an indicator of Oscars glory
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.
Actress Meryl Streep has renewed her harsh criticism of President Donald Trump and his policies, and has spoken of the need to stand up to what she called "brownshirts and bots and worse" since she first criticized the president at the Golden Globes in January.
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
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
Dreamy musical "La La Land" took home best movie at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday, putting it in the box seat for the much-anticipated Oscars next month.