With a new work initiated by the Culture and Tourism Ministry, the unforgettable films of Turkish cinema such as “Hababab Sınıfı” (Chaos Class) and “Malkoçoğlu,” as well as music from artists such as Zeki Müren, Müzeyyen Senar and Barış Manço, will be transferred to digital archives to ensure their protection.
Guillermo del Toro's fantasy romance "The Shape of Water" took home best movie at the Producers Guild Awards on Jan. 20, putting it in pole position for Oscars glory in March.
American rocker Tom Petty died in October of an accidental drug overdose after taking a variety of medications for his ailments including a mix of opioid painkillers, his family and the Los Angeles county medical examiner said Jan. 19.
Last year saw a 17 percent increase in the number of visitors of museums and ancient sites. Culture and Tourism Ministry officials expect a 25 percent increase this year.
Motion-detecting wildlife cameras have photographed everything from small desert cats called ocelots to snow-loving lynx high in the Northern Rockies
Woody Allen faced widening isolation Jan. 19 over allegations that he molested his daughter more than 25 years ago, after Colin Firth joined the list of actors saying he would not work with the director again.
Under pressure and gobbling pizza or chocolate? It may not be your fault, according to Japanese researchers who have isolated the neurons that drive a craving for carbs.
Former French actress and sex symbol Brigitte Bardot said in an interview published on Jan 18 that she thinks most actresses protesting sexual harassment in the film industry are "hypocritical" and "ridiculous" because many play "the teases" with producers to land parts.
A milestone unearthed in Antalya’s ancient city of Termessos may reveal the existence of yet unknown ancient cities in the region
Hamlet’ in Zaza language arrives in Istanbul, aims to preserve cultural traditions
The number of wild and domestic animals are increasing in the Natural Life Park in the northwestern province of Kocaeli. Recently, 61 animals of different species have become guests at the park.