Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Writer and director Zeki Demirkubuz will be the jury president at the Golden Tulip National Film Competition of the 34th Istanbul Film Festival to be held between April 4-19.
Filmekimi, an October fixture on Istanbul’s cinema calendar, starts on Sept 28 and this year the event will travel to a number of cities until Oct 27
Financial issues are forcing organizers of the International Golden Orange Film Festival to vow more “modest” ceremonies
The cult Turkish film, “The Man Who Saved the World” will soon be going in front of American audiences
The only copy of a 1911 Mary Pickford movie that marked a turning point in the silent film star's career
The third “Film Festival Turco di Roma” (Rome Turkish Film Festival) opened in the Italian capital
Cult crime show "Breaking Bad" won the best drama Emmy on Sunday, but there was disappointment for "House of Cards," which had hoped to win the first major award for an online-only series.
A new film about “Beatlemania” under the Franco dictatorship entertained critics at the San Sebastian film festival on Sept 2
Writer and director Atalay Taşdiken’s sophomore feature ‘Meryem’ takes an idyllic Anatolian town and sets it as a prison for a young bride.
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