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Film producers turning eye to Turkey's Mu?la

The popular southwestern province of Mu?la, which draws thousands of tourists every year for its rich history and natural beauty, is becoming increasingly popular among film producersThe southwestern Turkish province of Mu?la, which is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year, is also becoming increasingly popular among producers, with films and TV series shot in the province in

‘Beautiful Mind’ John Nash, 86, dead in car accident

Game theory pioneer and Nobel Prize laureate John Nash, 86, whose life, works and painful struggle with schizophrenia formed the basis of the Academy Award-winning movie “A Beautiful Mind”, died on Saturday in a car accident in New Jersey.
Nash perished along with his wife Alicia, in a crash on the New Jersey Turnpike.

Yerebatan Cistern doubling as film set for directors

Istanbul's Yerebatan Cistern, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city, is drawing interest from national and international filmmakers, as well as tourists Constructed over 1,400 years ago, Istanbul's Yerebatan Cistern has in time become one of the city's most famous tourist sites, drawing millions of visitors every year to its splendid columns and mystical Medusa sculptures.

Russell Crowe defines Battle of Gallipoli as ‘invasion’

Actor and director Russell Crowe has spoken out about “the other side” of the Gallipoli story in a candid interview on Australian TV show Sunday Night, defining the Battle of Gallipoli during World War I as an “invasion.”

Russell Crowe talked to Sunday Night about behind the scenes information of his film “The Water Diviner,” his first as both an actor and a director.