This week, 11 films, 5 of which are domestic, will be released in theaters in Turkey.
The movie "Bal Kaymak", directed by Onur Tan and starring Tarık Ünlüoğlu, will meet with moviegoers.
Sabina Toziya, Beren Gökyıldız, Ömer Tan, Kenan Çoban, Melissa Yıldırımer, Yunus Emre Yıldırımer and Filiz Ahmet also starred in the movie; The story of a little girl torn between her dour grandfather, who produces the best honey in the world, and her resentful grandmother, who makes the world's best cream.
The soundtrack of the film, whose script was written by Onur Tan, was written by Yıldıray Gürgen.
Directed by Durmuş Akbulut, "Cherry Season" deals with the events that develop when a young man starts working in a mine, who thinks that the town where he lives with his father somehow does not allow him to realize his dreams.
The script of the movie, which is a mix of comedy and drama, starring names such as Taylan Güner, Turan Özdemir, Pelin Ermiş, Tolga Demircan, Yakup Yavru, Serhan Süsler, Emre Ertunç and Serap Ogan Eren, belongs to Ramis Tanacı.
“Arif v 216”
“Arif v 216”, in which Cem Yılmaz wrote the script and took the lead role, will meet with the audience for the second time.
Directed by Kıvanç Baruönü, the film stars Cem Yılmaz, as well as Ozan Güven, Zafer Algöz, Özkan Uğur, Seda Minister, Çağlar Çorumlu, Özge Özberk, Farah Zeynep Abdullah, Ahu Yağtu, Mert Fırat and Can Yılmaz.
“Up to 3 Times”
Directed by Ferit Çetinkaya; Starring Hasan Gümet, Köksal Baba, Doğa Konakoğlu, Meryem İrem Şahin and Ayberk Yeşilbursa, “Up to 3 Times” revolves around the story of a young man who has been looking for ways to open up to the person he has been in love with since his childhood.
Written and directed by Fuat Yılmaz, “Graveyard” brings to the big screen the story of a man who lost his family and seeks revenge because of it.
Nihal Candan, Seyithan Özdemir, Hakan Eksen, Murat Seviş, Gökhan Eksen, Barış Çon and Tahsin Dursun starred in the horror movie.
David Leitch is in the director's chair; Starring Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Josh Brolin, TJ Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Leslie Uggams, Zazie Beetz, Bill Skarsgard, Terry Crews, Rob Delaney and Julian Dennison, "Deadpool 2" will draw action and comedy enthusiasts to movie theaters.
The sequel, in which Ryan Reynolds plays his beloved character again, is about the adventures of Deadpool, who assembles his own superhero team against Cable from the future.
“The Art of Picking Up Girls at Parties”
The film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's "How To Talk To Girls At Parties", which was a short story and later turned into a graphic novel with the lines of Gabriel Bave Fabio Moon brothers, "The Art of Picking Up Girls at Parties; It tells the time spent together by two young people who met at a party.
Directed by John Cameron Mitchell, the film stars Nicole Kidman, Elle Fanning, Ruth Wilson, Alex Sharp, Stephen Campbell Moore and Alice Sanders.
"We just get started"
Starring Morgan Freeman, Rene Russo and Tommy Lee Jones, "We've Just Begun" is about the rivalry between a young man who is loved by his customers and a man who has not lost his form compared to his age.
Ron Shelton is in the director's chair of the movie, which is a mix of comedy and action.
"Obsession," directed by Darrell Roodt and starring Reine Swart, Thandi Puren, Brandon Auret and Deanre Reiners; It revolves around the supernatural events that a woman experiences after giving birth to a son as a result of an unwanted pregnancy.
Directed by Ross Venokur, this week's animated movie "The Handsome Prince" brings together the classic fairy tale characters Snow White and Cinderella in a new story.
“Award-winning Short Films”
In Turkey, for the first time this week, some award-winning short films will be released as a selection. 5 different films that have won or been nominated for many awards such as Oscar and Cannes will have the chance to be screened together.
The short films that will be released are as follows:
Belgian production “Death of a Shadow”, Austrian production “Everything Will Be Okay” and “Miracle Fish”, French animation “French Roast” and Lebanese film “Waves '98”.