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Laura Poitras’ Oscar-winning documentary on Edward Snowden, the world-famous whistleblower who disclosed the NSA’s illegal data mining practices, is in theaters now. Here’s a look at the bleak picture painted by Poitras (and Snowden), its global implications and how Turkey’s Internet Law is proving their point.
Former redhead Sansa remains a brunette. Tyrion grows a beard. East and West shall meet. And, once again, more will die gruesome deaths.
Surrealist American filmmaker David Lynch has announced he will not be directing the upcoming return of the early 1990s cult classic "Twin Peaks" following a dispute over how much he would get paid.
The six original "Star Wars" movies are being released online in digital form for the first time, the studios behind the iconic franchise has announced.
In its 34th year, the biggest film event in Turkey, the Istanbul Film Festival, has incorporated a new competition into its program, the National Documentary Competition. HDN talked to Festival Director Azize Tan on the competition, documentaries and documentary making in Turkey
The Greek Embassy in Ankara, in collaboration with the Çankaya Municipality, will organize a five-day Greek Films Festival between April 12 and 16.
Renowned Hollywood actor and musician Hugh Jackman will return to Istanbul for three shows on May 30, 31 and June 1 with his show, “An Evening with Hugh Jackman.”
Nilgün Yerli, a Royal Dutch Theater actress of Turkish origin, is set to go before audiences for the first time in Istanbul with her show “Yerli Yersiz.”
Robin Williams' widow and his three children have agreed to out-of-court negotiations in a battle over parts of the late actor's estate -- including movie awards such as his 1998 Oscar for "Good Will Hunting."
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