The Cinema of Turkey (Yeşilçam) to hit Netflix.
Netflix, the international streaming platform with more than 200 million subscribers, adds Yeşilçam movies. Cinema of Turkey movies Netflix will release firstly are “Dert Bende,” “Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne?” and “Şoför Nebahat“.
Turkish movies will be released by Netflix, which diversifies more and more with Turkish productions every day:
- Dert Bende, starring Türkan Şoray.
The film focuses on the complicated love affair of 2 women and 2 men.
- Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne?, starring Hülya Avşar.
Story of a village girl who transforms into a courageous and independent woman and fights against the men who destroyed her life.
- Şoför Nebahat, starring Metin Serezli and Fatma Girik.
Nebahat, who had to bring money to her house after her father’s death, starts to work as a chauffeur which is fully male dominated job.
- The Naked Citizen, starring Şener Şen.
A guy under economic pressure has a nervous breakdown and one night suddenly starts to run naked, which makes him an overnight sensation.
- Şekerpare, starring Şener Şen and İlyas Salman.
In the harsh times of the small time crime in Istanbul, a conscientious police officer Cumali is recognized by the police chief Ziver Bey who sees Cumali as a threat and matches him with Sekerpare, a famous harlot.
- Tokatçı, starring Kemal Sunal.
A tragicomedy dramatizing how an innocent villager is driven into the crime world only to collect enough cash to make his biggest dream come true: Return to his village home and marry the girl next door.
- Aşıksın, starring Hülya Avşar and İbrahim Tatlıses.
Tatlises, a famous singer, falls in love with the young girl Hulya, who is a fan, and immediately proposes to get married.
- Gülşah, starring Hülya Koçyiğit.
Gulsah, a little girl, is the nightmare of nannies hired to take care of her. Growing up without a mother, Gülsah sent back all nannies brought home with her games. But Zeynep will not be an easy nanny.
Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ to Star in Özcan Alper’s New Film
The book “Aşıklar Bayramı” is becoming a movie!
The first details have unveiled from Turkish actor Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ’s new film “Aşıklar Bayramı”.
Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ‘s new film project has been revealed after he recently made his fans happy with joining the cast of the TV series Into The Night. Tatlıtuğ will play the main character in the film adaptation of Kemal Varol‘s best-selling novel Aşıklar Bayramı.
Aşıklar Bayramı, which will be produced by Nar Film, will be directed by Özcan Alper. Alper teamed up with the book’s author, Kemal Varol for the script.
Tatlıtuğ will play the role of Lawyer Yusuf in the film, which is about the story of a father and son. Tatlıtuğ, who plays the role of son, will be accompanied by Settar Tanrıöğen as the father. The production is expected to start soon, but the rest of the cast and release date are unknown.
The book’s introduction: First and foremost, this is a story about the father-son conflict… It’s a battle in which resentment, wrath, guilt, and the desire to get rid of them all clash with the inability to do so. “Like every son, no matter how hard I opposed, I was vanquished by my father from the very beginning,” the novel’s protagonist states.
Turkey’s New Covid Rule: Vaccination and PCR Test Required In Theaters
Ministry of Interior announced!
The Ministry of Interior has released a regulation titled “PCR Test Obligation for Certain Activities.”
Unvaccinated people will be required to have a negative PCR test by Monday, September 6, 2021, in order to participate in public activities such as concerts, movies, and theaters.
As a result, at the entrance to the events, authorities will ask for a vaccinated/past disease certificate (according to the time scientifically regarded immune following Covid-19 disease) or a negative PCR test result at least 48 hours ago. If the person has not had the disease or is not vaccinated or hasn’t got a negative PCR test, they will not be allowed to participate in the event.
A negative PCR test is also required for those who are unvaccinated or have never had the disease for intercity travel by airline, bus, train, or other public transportation vehicles, except private automobiles, according to the regulation.
Nur Fettahoğlu, Alina Boz Asking Support for “The Day My Father Died”
Waiting for your support via Fongogo.
Emre Sefer, the director of short films that have won awards in Turkey and at international film festivals, is asking for support via Fongogo for his new short film project “The Day My Father Died,” starring Nur Fettahoğlu and Alina Boz.
Two successful Turkish actors, Nur Fettahoğlu and Alina Boz are asking for support for the shooting and post-production of the short “The Day My Father Died“. The two actors will play the sisters Hale and Sema, who come together during their father’s funeral in the film. Fettahoğlu and Boz teamed up for a support video before the film’s production and expressed their excitement for the project.
The film’s storyline, which will be filmed in Istanbul during the summer, is as follows: Sema (Nur Fettaholu) and Hale (Alina Boz), who lost their fathers, come together at the funeral. After the funeral, the sisters, who are feuding, come home together. For months, Hale cared for her sick father, and Sema never paid them a visit. Sema, who does not like this situation, starts arguing with her. They come across an unforeseen circumstance along the road and this will force them to choose between their conscience and mind.