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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish actors Hazal Kaya, Sarp Levendoğlu and Kaan Taşaner walked on the red carpet alongside Bollywood stars during the closing ceremony of the 18th Mumbai Film Festival on Oct. 27.
The 53rd Antalya International Film Festival ended on Oct. 23 with a closing gala and the traditional Golden Orange award ceremony held at the EXPO 2016 Antalya Congress Center.
In a Q&A earlier this year, Berlin-based Turkish director and writer Aslı Özge said she is “not interested in genre,” following the world premiere of her recent feature “Auf Einmal” (All of a Sudden) at the Berlin Biennale. Still, while it might be hard to pinpoint Özge’s films to specific genres, there are recurring themes and observations in her work.
Istanbul returns to Hollywood with ‘Inferno,’ the latest film version of a work by Dan Brown, although the teeming metropolis is again shoehorned into just a few locations in the old city
Danish actress Connie Nielsen will be one of the guests to be welcomed at the 53rd Antalya Film Festival, where she will attend the opening night.
Child brides in Turkey are often raped, beaten and forced to undergo virginity tests, according to Eylem Atakav, the director of a new documentary which aims to break the silence on the taboo issue.
British-Turkish comedian Naz Osmanoğlu will be in Istanbul for three shows in Istanbul.
The 53rd International Antalya Film Festival opened on Oct. 16 at the EXPO 2016 Antalya Congress Center with the presentation of awards to a number of important Turkish actors and guests of honor.
Pera Film will present a selection of Bosnian director Jasmila Zbanic’s films as part of the Bosnia Sancak Culture Days.