Turkish-language films

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  1. 10 to 11

    10 to 11 (2009)


    10 to 11 (Turkish: 11'e 10 kala) is a 2009 Turkish drama film directed by Pelin Esmer.

  2. 120

    120 (2008)


    120 is a 2008 Turkish war film directed by Murat Saraçoğlu and Özhan Eren based on the true story of 120 children who died in 1915 carrying ammunition for the Battle of Sarıkamış against the Russians during World War I. The film went on general release across Turkey on February 15, 2008 (2008-02-15) and is one of the highest grossing Turkish films of 2008.

  3. Çilgin dersane kampta

    Çilgin dersane kampta (2008)


    Cool School Camp (Turkish: Çılgın Dersane Kampta) is a 2008 Turkish comedy film, directed by Faruk Aksoy, about a class of teenage students who take revenge on a rival who attempts to sabotage their unconventional school. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on January 11, 2008 (2008-01-11), was one of the highest-grossing Turkish films of 2008 and is a sequel to Cool School (2007).

  4. 2 Girls

    2 Girls (2005)


    İki Genç Kız (The international working title is 2 Girls) is a Golden Orange awarded 2005 Turkish film by Kutluğ Ataman, produced by Gulen Guler Hurley, starring Feride Çetin, Vildan Atasever and Hülya Avşar. The book is based on Perihan Mağden's novel İki Genç Kızın Romanı (translated into English as 2 Girls), and it follows the novel's plot closely although it diverges from it at some points.

  5. 5 Fingers

    5 Fingers (1952)


    5 Fingers, known also as Five Fingers, is a 1952 American spy film directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and produced by Otto Lang. The screenplay by Michael Wilson was based on the book Operation Cicero (Original German: Der Fall Cicero) (1950) by L.C. Moyzisch. In the film, James Mason plays Ulysses Diello (Cicero), the character based on Bazna. The rest of the cast includes Danielle Darrieux, Michael Rennie, Herbert Berghof and Walter Hampden.

  6. A.R.O.G

    A.R.O.G (2008)


    A.R.O.G: A Prehistoric Film (Turkish: A.R.O.G: Bir Yontma Taş Filmi) is a 2008 Turkish science-fiction comedy film, directed by Cem Yılmaz and Ali Taner Baltacı, about a used carpet salesman who is sent back in time by an old interplanetary adversary out for revenge. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on December 5, 2008 (2008-12-05), was the highest grossing Turkish films of 2008 and is one of the most expensive Turkish films ever made. It is a sequel to G.O.R.A. (2004).

  7. A Run for Money

    A Run for Money (1999)


    Run for Money (Turkish: Kaç para kaç) is a 1999 Turkish film directed by Reha Erdem. It was Turkey's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  8. A Season in Hakkari

    A Season in Hakkari (1983)


    A Season in Hakkari (Turkish: Hakkâri'de Bir Mevsim) is a 1983 Turkish drama film directed by Erden Kıral. It was entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear - Special Jury Prize.

  9. A Step Into Darkness

    A Step Into Darkness (2009)


    A Step into the Darkness (Turkish: Büyük Oyun) is a 2009 Turkish drama film, directed by Atil Inac, starring Suzan Genç as an Iraqi refugee who travels to Turkey in search of her missing brother after losing her entire family when soldiers raid their village. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on September 17, 2010 (2010-09-17), has won awards at international film festivals in Ankara, Antalya and Tiburon.

  10. A Touch of Spice

    A Touch of Spice (2003)


    A Touch of Spice (or Politiki kouzina) is a 2003 Greek film directed by Tassos Boulmetis and starring Georges Corraface as the character of the adult Fanis Iakovides. The character of Fanis Iakovides as a child is played by Markos Osse and the supporting role of Fanis's grandfather, Vassilis, is played by Tassos Bandis.

  11. A Woman Like That

    A Woman Like That (1979)


    Öyle bir kadın ki (She is Such a Woman) (1979) is the first Turkish film which included a hardcore scene to be legally produced and distributed.

  12. Aaahh Belinda

    Aaahh Belinda (1986)


    Aaahh Belinda is a 1986 Turkish tragedy and comedy film directed by Atif Yilmaz.

  13. Abbas in Flower

    Abbas in Flower (1982)


    Abbas in Flower (Turkish: Çiçek Abbas) is a 1982 Turkish comedy film directed by Sinan Çetin.

  14. Aci

    Aci (2009)


    The Pain (Turkish: Acı) is a 2009 Turkish drama film written, produced and directed by Cemal Şan, which looks at generation gaps through the story of an old man and his granddaughter. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on October 9, 2009 (2009-10-09), has been screened at numerous international film festivals. It is dedicated to Engin Çeber who died while he was in custody.

  15. Ada: Zombilerin dügünü

    Ada: Zombilerin dügünü (2010)


    Island: Wedding of the Zombies (Turkish: Ada: Zombilerin Düğünü) is a 2010 Turkish horror-comedy film, directed by Talip Ertürk and Murat Emir Eren. The film was released nationwide on January 4, 2010.

  16. Akamas

    Akamas (2006)


    Akamas is a 2006 Cypriot feature film directed by Panicos Chrysanthou about a love affair between a Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot despite their families' opposition and the inter-communal violence of the 1960s.

  17. Ali'nin sekiz günü

    Ali'nin sekiz günü (2009)


    Ali's Eight Days (Turkish: Ali'nin Sekiz Günü) is a 2009 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Cemal Şan, starring Serdar Orçin as a young shop owner who falls in love with a woman escaping from an abusive relationship. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on May 8, 2009 (2009-05-08), was shown at the 20th Ankara International Film Festival. It is the final part of a trilogy of films which includes Zeynep's Eight Days (2007) and Dilber's Eight Days (2008).

  18. Alina, the Turkish Assassin

    Alina, the Turkish Assassin (2012)


    Alina, the Turkish Assassin is a 2012 film written by Seda Egridere and directed by Vladimir Jedlicka. The consulting producer for the film was the famous American director Bobby Roth. It stars Seda Egridere and Tamer Karadagli.

  19. Almanya - Willkommen in Deutschland

    Almanya - Willkommen in Deutschland (2011)


    Almanya – Welcome to Germany (German: Almanya – Willkommen in Deutschland) (Almanya is Turkish for Germany) is a 2011 German comedy film directed by Yasemin Şamdereli. The film premiered at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival in the section competition and won the Deutscher Filmpreis 2011 in the categories Best Script and Best Film.

  20. Americans at the Black Sea

    Americans at the Black Sea (2007)


    Americans at the Black Sea (Turkish: Amerikalılar Karadeniz'de 2) is a 2006 Turkish comedy film, directed by Kartal Tibet, about a U.S. military recovery operation on Turkey's Black Sea coast. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on January 26, 2007 (2007-01-26), was one of the highest-grossing Turkish films of 2007.

  21. Anadolu kartallari

    Anadolu kartallari (2011)


    Anadolu Kartalları (Anatolian Eagle) is a Turkish film directed by Ömer Vargi and released in 2011. It is produced by the production company Fida Film, and stars Engin Altan Düzyatan, Özge Özpirinçci and Çağatay Ulusoy.

  22. Anayurt Oteli

    Anayurt Oteli (1987)


    Anayurt Oteli (English title: Motherland Hotel) is a 1986 Turkish film directed by Ömer Kavur. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Yusuf Atılgan.

  23. Ara

    Ara (2008)


    Ara is a 2008 Turkish drama film directed by Ümit Ünal, starring Erdem Akakçe, Betül Çobanoğlu, Serhat Tutumluer, and Selen Uçer, all originally stage actors.

  24. Arabesque

    Arabesque (1989)


    Arabesk is a 1989 Turkish comedy film directed by Ertem Eğilmez.

  25. Atesten gömlek

    Atesten gömlek (1923)


    Ateşten Gömlek (English: The Daughter of Smyrna or The Shirt of Flame) is a 1923 black-and-white Turkish drama film, co-produced by Kemal Seden and Şakir Seden, written and directed by Muhsin Ertuğrul based on a memoir of the same title (The Turkish Ordeal, published first in English) by Halide Edip Adıvar. The movie marks a milestone in the cinema of Turkey as for the first time ever Turkish Muslim actresses, namely Bedia Muvahhit and Neyyire Neyir, featured in a movie. It is in general about some events during the Turkish War of Independence (1919-1922). Its remake with the same title was released in 1950, directed by Vedat Örfi Bengü.

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