Turkey’s master film director director Lütfi Akad dies at 95

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Turkish cinema’s master director Ömer Lütfi Akad died Saturday at the age of 95. Directing more than 100 masterpieces in Turkish cinema, Akad also wrote articles on theater and cinema and served as a lecturer at Istanbul Mİmar Sinan Fine Arts University for 20 years.

Who is Tarık Akan ?

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a short biography about Turkish Actor Tarık Akan

Den Of Geek Sitesi – Hasan Karacadag interview: [email protected] and new Turkish horror

Hasan Karacadağ'ın Den of Geek sitesinde yer alan röportajı. Never seen a Turkish horror movie? Traditionally, there haven't been many of them about. [email protected] ...

Turkey’s first film archive and cinema museum on the way

The Turkish Film Archive and Cinema Museum , built on an area of 8,000 square meters in Ankara, is set to open in 2017.

Gül Hasan (Hasan the Rose) finds its belated audience

Acclaimed Turkish actor Tuncel Kurtiz’s directorial debut of three decades back finally finds an audience thanks to the recent Festival On Wheels. ‘Gül Hasan’ (Hasan the Rose) of 1979 might just be the first example of Turkey’s immigrant cinema.

The Space Between

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“The Space Between: A Panorama of Cinema in Turkey” promises to be a nicely-rounded overview of Turkish Cinema from the late Fifties to the present. Yılanların...

Yılmaz Güney Fest Awards presented

The 2nd Yılmaz Güney Culture and Arts Festival Awards, given in honor of late Turkish director and actor Yılmaz Güney, were presented in a ceremony at the Lütfi Kırdar Congress and Exhibition Hall in Istanbul April 7.

Benim Sinemalarım / My Cinemas

Director : Gülsün Karamustafa, Füruzan Story : Füruzan Cast: Hülya Avşar (Nesibe), Yaman Okay (Father of Nesibe), Sema Aybars (Mother of Nesibe), Ülkü Ülker, Dilaver Uyanık,...

How did Turkish Superman Fly? (1979)

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Maybe its better to start writing some stuff in english on Turkish Fantastic Cinema. In years we realized...

Fetih 1453 movie trailer stirs up Greece

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A trailer for the upcoming Turkish movie "Fetih 1453" (Conquest 1453) angered Greek viewers after it was released in Turkey’s Aegean neighbor