Best movie posters of 2011 from MUBI… a cinema roundup

Best movie posters of 2011

from by Jason Kottke
From MUBI notebook, a selection of great movies posters from 2011, including Chris Ware’s lovely one for Uncle Boonmee.

Turkish film highlights gay honor killing

By SUZAN FRASER, Associated Press ? 5 hours ago

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) ? Shortly after telling his parents he was gay, Ahmet Yildiz was gunned down inside his car by his father in Istanbul. It was Turkey’s first officially recognized gay “honor killing.”

Transcript of the Guardian interview with Nuri Bilge Ceylan at BFI Southbank

from Turkish Cinema Newsletter by M.A.M

Friday 6 February 2009

Transcript of the Guardian interview with Nuri Bilge Ceylan at BFI Southbank

Onstage at BFI Southbank, the Turkish director tells Geoff Andrew about what made him switch from photography to film-making, why his latest film is a departure from the autobiographical works of the past and why he never wants to shoot on film again

Sundance 2012 | Can by Raşit Çelikezer

from Turkish Cinema Newsletter by M.A.M

Loving Istanbul couple Ayşe and Cemal need only a child to complete their life together, but they cannot conceive. To salvage Cemal?s pride, they resort to illegal means to procure a baby. This wild grab at a more perfect life proves their undoing, leading the couple to spiral toward separate futures. The couple’s estrangement is intertwined with the film?s parallel narrative, in which a distant and neglectful single mom is raising her little boy, Can.


A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies

from Open Culture by Mike Springer


‘Zenne Dancer’ might alter the course of Turkish gay cinema

from Hurriyet Daily News
As the much-anticipated award-winning film ?Zenne Dancer? …

Interview | 2000 Sonrası Türk Sineması’na Eleştirel Bakış

from Turkish Cinema Newsletter by M.A.M
Özgür Yılmazkol: Türkiye?de sinema farklı bir kulvara girdi
Asım Öz ‘2000 Sonrası Türk Sineması’na Eleştirel Bakış’ kitabının editörü Özgür Yılmazkol’la kitabını ve sinemayı konuştu 

Turks of Berlinale 2012

from Turkish Cinema Newsletter by M.A.M
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