The Golden Boll Film Festival began life in 1969 as a joint initiative of the Municipality of Adana and Adana Film Club
Vampires in Turkish pop culture may have stayed silent for too long, but they seem to be rising from the dead in the last couple of years. A new movie released is a good exemple of a Turkish vampire movie. ‘Laz Vampir: Tirakula,’ is a jumble of historical occurrences.
Turkey in the 1960s and 1970s was one of the biggest producers of film in the world even though its film industry, Yesilçam, didn’t have enough written material to start with.
a short biography about Turkish Actor Tarık Akan
Turkish Cinema from an American Perspective. Episode 1: Dunyayı Kurtaran Adam (Turkish Star Wars). Video and Transcript
The Arkham Film Society presents 3 DEV Adam on 19 MAY 2014. We chat with Joshua Thomas Gravel from The Arkham Film Society about their interest in Turkish cinema!
The Arkham Film Society presents 3 DEV Adam Monday May 19 8:00pm $5.00 - Empire Black Box Upstairs 95 Empire street, Providence, RI
Google has once more struck the chords of nostalgia by digging deep into Turkey’s popular culture and commemorating the cult 1970s series “Hababam Sınıfı” with a doodle of the search engine’s Turkish page to mark the 85th birthday of late director Ertem Eğilmez.
The cult Turkish film, “The Man Who Saved the World” will soon be going in front of American audiences with English subtitles in California
Turkish Star Wars The Man Who Saves the World