Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The first internationally-awarded film of Turkey ‘Susuz Yaz’ (Dry Summer) has been selected as the best film of Turkish cinema during online voting that started in June
Australian Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe arrived at Atatürk Airport about his private plane and waved to journalists as he landed.
Upcoming French movies explore some of the country’s current woes with an unflinching gaze that feels new
Online programming can compete in the Directors Guild Awards, the U.S. institution announced
Hailed as cinema’s first martial arts hero and a cinematic bridge between the cultures of East and West, Bruce Lee helped put Hong Kong on the movie world map
Turkish cinema does not seem to tire of using fantastic elements for the sake of a few laughs. This week’s ‘Süper İncir’ (Super Fig) sees a mummy come to life.
Superman and Batman are to team up in a new film
Tales of crises, terror and abuse will reign at the Venice film festival this year, with the lack of Hollywood stars
British comic actor Sacha Baron Cohen has pulled out of a long-planned film about flamboyant Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, his spokesman said.
Daily News - Follow us on