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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.
Iranian actress Leila Hatami on Sunday angered authorities in Tehran by kissing the Cannes film festival's president on the cheek
Behind the scenes at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday:A LITTLE LOCAL DIFFICULTY: It's usually Champagne, lobster and big-money deals all the way for industry movers and shakers on their annual jolly to Cannes. Not this year.
What is left to say when a poet recited decades ago, ‘Each corner of heaven is reserved for our miners?’
DreamWorks Animation, one of the biggest successes of recent Hollywood history, is celebrating its 20th birthday with eyes firmly on the future
All invitations and receptions at the ongoing 67th Cannes Film Festival for acclaimed director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s latest film, 'Kış Uykusu' (Winter Sleep), have been canceled
The world's biggest film festival opened in Cannes Wednesday with a blast of controversy as critics mercilessly savaged the opening movie about Hollywood-darling-turned-princess Grace of Monaco.
The new "Star Wars: Episode VII" movie has had its first day of filming, its director's company said Friday while giving a tantalising hint of a return to the roots of the legendary series.
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.
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