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Tom Cruise dances with the undead

Tom Cruise dances with the undead

Tom Cruise is back on screen this week with the ‘The Mummy,’ Playing Nick Morton, a roguish Army sergeant who plunders antiquities from Iraq with his partner

Comment(s)6/9/2017

Arab TV series showcases untold stories of ISIL women

Arab TV series showcases untold stories of ISIL women

Inspired by true events, ‘Black Crows’ airs over Ramadan, prime time for television viewers in the Arab world and it is the first television series depicting life under ISIL rule in Syria and Iraq

Comment(s)5/28/2017

Refugee tragedy to become festival film

Refugee tragedy to become festival film

A short film depicting the tragedy of Syrian refugees who are taking enormous risks to escape to Europe on plastic boats has been shot in Çeşme. The film will apply to international festivals

Comment(s)6/9/2017

‘A Season of Daphne’ wins best picture award in 9th Montreal Turkish Film Festival

‘A Season of Daphne’ wins best picture award in 9th Montreal Turkish Film Festival

“A Season of Daphne,” directed by Mehmet Öztürk, won the award for best picture at the 9th Montreal Turkish Film Festival on May 21.

Comment(s)5/28/2017

'The Square' by Sweden's Ruben Ostlund wins Palme d'Or

'The Square' by Sweden's Ruben Ostlund wins Palme d'Or

Swedish director Ruben Ostlund's The Square has won this year’s Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival on May 28

Comment(s)5/29/2017

Fatih Akın's emotional film on global terrorism

Fatih Akın's emotional film on global terrorism

The 70th Cannes Festival is set to end on May 28. Fatih Akın’s ‘In the Fade’ is among strong contenders for the Golden Palm.

Comment(s)5/27/2017

Swedish director winner of 70th Cannes Festival

Swedish director winner of 70th Cannes Festival

‘The Square’ by Swedish director Ruben Östlund wins the Palme d’Or prize at the 70th Cannes Festival

Comment(s)5/29/2017

An endless search for love at Cannes

An endless search for love at Cannes

In our first review we spoke about two films at Cannes this year (“Sea Sorrow” and “Jupiter’s Moon”) focusing on one of the main themes of this year’s festival: The migration crisis. This is only part of the overall crisis in today’s Europe, which includes the degeneration of the political and economic system as well as of human values.

Comment(s)5/26/2017

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