Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
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.
Turkish film “Kelebeğin Rüyası” (The Butterfly’s Dream), written and directed by Yılmaz Erdoğan, won the Best Soundtrack Award at the 15th International Milan Film Festival, organized by the Leonardo Da Vinci Film Group.
The Flying Broom Women’s Film Festival starts tomorrow in Ankara. It will screen 107 films throughout the week along with various workshops
Acclaimed actress Derya Durmaz’s directorial debut, ‘Ziazan,’ is a short film that tells the story of a 4-year-old Armenian girl secretly traveling across the border to Turkey in her uncle’s luggage.
This week’s new release ‘Bensiz’ (Without Me) tells the story of a promising football player paralyzed after a tragic incident. The film is the fourth feature this year with disabled characters as leading characters
Chinese authorities have refused to allow the release there of biblical epic 'Noah,' starring Russell Crowe, which has already been banned in a string of Muslim countries, a source said
One of Japan's most popular cartoon creations, Doraemon, a robot cat from the future with a magic pocket and a portal to anywhere, is to make his debut on US TV this year.
The Sismanoglio Megaro of the Consulate General of Greece in Istanbul, will host the screening of the documentary 'Our Islands: Through the Eyes of a Musician' by Nedim Hazar
'We are the real vampires; we attribute our bad behaviors to vampires,' says Giovanni Scognamillo, Istanbul's resident Count Dracula
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