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Veteran actress Perran Kutman received an honorary award at the 20th Flying Broom International Women Films Festival on May 23 at the State Opera and Ballet Hall in Ankara.
Filmmakers in the Gaza Strip held a film festival amid the ruins of a neighborhood that was devastated by the worst fighting of last summer’s war with Israel, The Huffington Post has reported
Turkish actress Damla Sönmez has won the Best Actress Award at the Milan International Film Festival for her role in the film “Deniz Seviyesi” (Across the Sea).
The 18th Flying Broom Women’s Films Festival ended on May 18 with Israeli film “Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem” winning the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) award, while actress Begüm Akkaya was presented with the festival’s Young Witch Award this year.
The Cannes Film Festival unrolled its red carpet with a socially minded French drama as the glitzy festival began May 13 on a more serious note after January’s terror attacks in Paris.
A project has begun to illuminate the historic Varda Railway Bridge in the southern province of Adana’s Hacıkırı village, where some scenes of the latest James Bond movie “Skyfall” were filmed in 2012.
The Istanbul Modern Cinema is offering a selection of films set in museums to mark International Museum Day, which is celebrated every year on May 18.
The king of late-night American television, David Letterman, broadcasts his final show on May 20, ending a 33-year run of unpredictable, caustic comedy that set him apart.
Well-known theater and movie actor Zeki Alasya has died at the age of 72. According to a statement by the Koç University Hospital, Alasya, who had been under treatment for liver disease at the hospital since April 22, died on May 8