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Turkish television drama series have taken the world by storm but life on the sets of these dramas is not all glitz and glamor
The Aug. 17, 1999, Marmara earthquake, known as the disaster of the century which left more the 17,000 people dead, will be featured on film for the first time.
Hollywood megastar Angelina Jolie announced Tuesday that she has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed over fears of cancer, following her double mastectomy two years ago.
The BBC has dropped one of its most popular presenters, "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson, two weeks after he was suspended over an altercation with a producer, reports said March 25.
Whether it's the earnest Josiah Bartlet from "The West Wing" or the manipulative Frank Underwood in "House of Cards," Americans prefer television presidents to their real-life POTUS, President Barack "No Drama" Obama.
Here in this Persian replica of Mecca, built at the cost of millions of dollars, an Iranian film company is attempting to offer the world a literal glimpse of the Prophet Muhammad despite traditional taboos against it.
Turkey’s State Theater might be planning to give free performances across the country on March 27, World Theater Day, but it’s not a day of celebration for many theater professionals, with increasing oppression, censorship and a questionable draft law giving control to the state
Turkish state TV’s Ottoman detective drama, ‘Filinta,’ is the first of its kind in the history of Turkish television. Popular at home, the series is now receiving interest from foreign countries, especially from the Middle East
Rome is going crazy for Turkish films, according to Italy-based Turkish director Ferzan Özpetek, the honorary president of the fourth Rome Turkish Film Festival, which will be held between April 15 and 19 in the Eternal City.
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