Tag: Turkish film

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Istanbul cat documentary Kedi now screening at the Barbican

  Londoners, if you missed the recent screening of Kedi at the BFI, you have another chance! This must-see film for cat and Istanbul lovers offers an intimate and fascinating tour of the streets, alleys and enclaves of Turkey’s biggest metropolis from a cat’s-eye-view. Roaming the streets of Istanbul, director Ceyda Torun follows seven felines […]

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Fluent Turkish speaking actors needed for London film casting on Wednesday

  A casting agency is keen to find professional Turkish speaking actors in the UK for an experimental film about Susurluk – one of Turkey’s most infamous car crashes in recent times. Atmosphere Entertainment has put the call out for middle-aged male actors to play two key characters in Scar, with filming due to take […]

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Another first: Manchester Turkish Film Festival 2017

Calling all film lovers: on Thursday evening, the Manchester Turkish British Association will be presenting the city’s first Turkish film festival. Seven award-winning Turkish short filmsfilms – a mixture of animation, documentary, comedy and experimental – have been selected from this year’s Eskisehir University International Film Festival for screening. The mini one day festival is […]

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‘Abluka’ and ‘Baskın’ among the Turkish films being screened at this year’s East End Film Festival

Turkey is this year’s special country focus at the East End Film Festival, which started on Thursday. Award-winning filmmaker Tolga Karaçelik is behind the selection of five Turkish films that is being screened during the 11-day festival. Karaçelik won last year’s East End Film Festival (EEFF) Best Feature Award with his second feature film Sarmaşık […]

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Turkish movie Mustang up for Best Foreign Film award at tonight’s Oscars

A film by Turkish director Deniz Gamze Ergüven will be competing for a coveted Oscar at the 88th Academy Awards being held tonight at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Mustang is a coming-of-age film about five sisters living in a village in Kastamonu, in Turkey’s northern Black Sea region. The film was entered by France […]

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2015 a record year for Turkish movies
 

As the world gears up for the Oscars in Hollywood this Sunday, the Turkish film industry is also celebrating its own commercial successes. Revenue from cinema admissions in 2015 reached an all-time high, with locally-made films accounting for over half of all Box Office receipts: TL 361 million (£88.2m) of a total of TL 681.4 million […]