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Britain-based Iranian channel GEM TV is shooting its first TV series in Antalya, with the company set to shoot more series and films in the country
A new era in American talk show comedy begins Sept. 8 when Stephen Colbert officially steps into the shoes of television legend David Letterman at the helm of "The Late Show."
Wes Craven, a master of cinematic horror whose legendary directorial credits include “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Scream,” died on Aug. 30 aged 76, his family said
The 52nd International Antalya Film Festival -- also known as the Turkish Oscars -- has been postponed by a month to mid-November, the municipality of the southern province of Antalya has announced
Within the scope of a project to protect and restore cinema films with international standards, late director Yılmaz Güney’s first film, “Umut” (Hope), has been restored and transferred to a digital format.
Venice Film Festival opens with the story of rival climbing teams. Two Turkish movies will seek awards by a jury that includes Nuri Bilge Ceylan.
A major new film about the childhood of the Prophet Muhammad cost an estimated $40 million and took more than seven years to complete
Johnny Depp tops the cast of stars headed to Venice this week for what is shaping up as something of a watershed edition of the world's oldest film festival.
50 years on, cinema lovers gather to pay homage to Sinematek, which screened classics and rare films and inculcated a love of cinema in citizens around Turkey
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