Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Fatih Akın has said he could not persuade any Turkish actor to play Hrant Dink
Ten thousands of mourners said their final farewell to Tuncel Kurtiz Sept.29, following controversy over the veteran actor’s desired burial place
Filmekimi, an October fixture on Istanbul’s cinema calendar, starts on Sept 28 and this year the event will travel to a number of cities until Oct 27
An Alevi village in Balıkesir has sparked anger by refusing to honor the final will of departed actor Tuncel Kurtiz and permit the thespian to be buried in their settlement
The cult Turkish film, “The Man Who Saved the World” will soon be going in front of American audiences
The story of young TV actor Murat Yıldırım’s life will be told in a book, to be published by UNESCO.
The third “Film Festival Turco di Roma” (Rome Turkish Film Festival) opened in the Italian capital
Famous Turkish actor Tuncel Kurtiz died Sept. 27 at the age of 77.
A new film about “Beatlemania” under the Franco dictatorship entertained critics at the San Sebastian film festival on Sept 2
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