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‘Crimson Peak,’ which premieres around the world this month, borrows strongly from Del Toro’s love of Edgar Allen Poe stories and their complex reflections on human psychology.
At the 25th Ankara International Film Festival, the awards for best film, best actress, best actor and best actor in a supporting role were given to Atıl İnanç’s film 'Daire' (Circle)
Voting has recently begun to select the best 100 films of Turkish cinema as part of events marking the 100th anniversary of the country’s cinema
Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Palme d’Or Award winning film 'Kış Uykusu' (Winter Sleep) made its gala and is set to meet the Turkish viewers after its international success
Director Ömer Can’s debut ‘Toprağa uzanan eller’ (King of the cotton) tells the harrowing issue of child labor with an elegant story told through the eyes of children, giving a breath of fresh air to a category of films long-cherished in Turkish cinema
Turkey’s exports of home-grown television dramas play a key role in wielding 'soft power' across the region, a Turkish culture minister has said
The 25th Ankara International Film Festival, organized by the World Mass Media Foundation, opened on June 5 with a ceremony held at the Presidential Symphonic Orchestra Concert Hall.
The main character of the series, the 16th-century Ottoman Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent, played by Halit Ergenç, died in the final episode during his expedition to Zigetvar
Starring Haluk Bilginer, Melisa Sözen and Demet Akbağ, the film will be released in 150 halls in 123 movie theaters in 39 cities
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