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Turkish cinema will go to the French capital with a selection of its most powerful titles.
People in China watch them in the subway, on buses, even as they walk down a sidewalk
The Turkish film industry eyes the Chinese market this year. Even though there is a quota of 35 foreign films Turkey wants to enter the market with films
Turkish film “Öyle Sevdim ki Seni” (I Loved You So Much), directed by Orhan Tekeoğlu, was awarded with “World Cinema Bridges” at the 4th Peloponnesian Corinthian International Film Festival
Irish actor Peter O'Toole, the star of the 1962 Oscar-winning epic "Lawrence of Arabia," has died aged 81
Turkey’s annual Labor Film Festival started in Antalya with its gala night. This year, the festival’s eighth edition, will be full of films being screened around the country.
Director James Cameron announced Monday he will film three sequels to the record-breaking sci-fi epic "Avatar" in New Zealand
This December, Turkey’s movie theaters are crowded with the Hobbit effect. Peter Jackson’s trilogy’s second movie ‘Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ attracts Hobbit lovers to cinemas around Turkey
Dec. 18 is ‘International Migrants Day’, appointed by the United Nations. Here is a look at Turkish migrant cinema, specifically the stories of migrants in Germany on screen from the late 1970s to today
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