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Antalya: Mayor Menderes Türel on Efforts to Turn Turkish Resort Into Cinema Hub

ANTALYA, Turkey — If Antalya mayor Menderes Türel had his way, Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie, and other Hollywood celebs would be soaking up the sun on the Mediterranean’s shores before popping into a local restaurant for Turkish coffee and kebabs. 721 more words


Devilian mobile launching real soon! Pre-register today

Developed by Bluehole, Devillian is a dungeon base 3D MMORPG that we have announced earlier back when the soft launch was available to certain countries. 157 more words


Paolo Sorrentino's 'The Young Pope' Debuts to Stellar Ratings in Italy

ROME — Paolo Sorrentino-directed TV series “The Young Pope,” starring Jude Law as conservative cigarette-smoking American pontiff Pius XIII and Diane Keaton as a nun, debuted to stellar ratings Friday on Rupert Murdoch’s Sky paybox in Italy where the first two episodes drew an average 953,000 viewers – out of a 4.7 million subscriber base. 328 more words


Peter Webber to Shoot First Spanish-Language Pic, ‘Carteristas’ in Colombia (EXCLUSIVE)

U.K. helmer Peter Webber, renowned for his Oscar-nominated “The Girl with a Pearl Earring,” is prepping his first Spanish-language pic in Colombia. Tentatively titled “Carteristas” (“Pickpockets”), the drama set in the capital of Bogota, tracks a 16-year old street urchin who, together with two pals, learns the art of pickpocketing from a master in the sleight of hand. 444 more words


'Captain Fantastic' by Matt Ross Triumphs at Rome Film Fest

ROME — U.S. actor-director Matt Ross’s “Captain Fantastic,” starring Viggo Mortensen as a survivalist super dad who takes his kids to the woods, is the winner of the BNL People’s Choice at the Rome Film Festival. 397 more words


Oceans & Empires close beta

Joycity’s Oceans & Empires will bring you on a journey to become the lord of the seas. Fights monsters and make strategic advancement towards your enemies islands! 207 more words

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Gael García Bernal on ‘Neruda,’ Mexico’s 'Tres Amigos’ Tradition, Filmmaking’s Rewards

There’s a glorious scene in Roberto Sneider’s “Me estás matando, Susana,” where Gael Garcia Bernal’s character, a young Mexican actor, flies to a U.S. writing seminar to win back the love of his wife, a feminist novelist. 1,225 more words