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The Wild Pear Tree

The Wild Pear Tree is not a film one can casually watch or recommend. A dialogue-heavy, more than three hour journey through countless extended conversations about religion, literature, and misanthropy, it’s a daunting prospect, and one that isn’t entirely worth the effort. 416 more words

Festival Coverage

NYFF 2018 Review: 'The Wild Pear Tree'

Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s long awaited new film The Wild Pear Tree premiered at Cannes this year. Its near 190-minute runtime might be scary for audiences that are not familiar with Ceylan’s work, but it is merely a surprise to cognizant audiences. 838 more words


The BIFF is Back

The program of events for the 2018 Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) has been released and the schedule includes an array of Australian and international features, documentaries, short films and special events at various venues around Brisbane. 454 more words

Film News And Reviews

Djali i pusaxhiut ("Dardha e egër" - film turk me regji të Nuri Bilge Ceylan)

Historia e filmit:
Sinani, djale i ri tek te 25-at, i sapo diplomuar per letersi  ne Universitetin e Çanakalesë (qytet ku ndodhet siti arkeologjik i Trojes) kthehet në Çen, në qytetin e tij te lindjes, 70 km nga Canakaleja.  607 more words

Cannes Festival

Oscars: Turkey Selects Nuri Bilge Ceylan's 'The Wild Pear Tree' for Submission

Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s “The Wild Pear Tree” will be Turkey’s contender for this year’s best foreign-language film Oscar. The drama marks the fifth time one of the director’s films has been selected by Turkey. 207 more words


Oscars: Cannes Favorite Nuri Bilge Ceylan's 'The Wild Pear Tree' Is Turkey's Foreign Language Entry

Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s The Wild Pear Tree, which premiered this year in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, was selected as Turkey’s submission into this year’s Foreign Language Film Oscar race. 238 more words

Breaking News

Turkey's Nuri Bilge Ceylan on Symbolism in His Films and Being 'Suspicious All the Time'

Acclaimed Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan discussed his career and the need for creative independence during a wide-ranging conversation Saturday at the Sarajevo Film Festival, where he is being honored with a retrospective. 643 more words