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İstanbul Modern cinema pays tribute to Metin Erksan

18 April 2012, Wednesday /
A selection of nine films by veteran Turkish movie director Metin Erksan will be presented in a special program that gets under way Thursday at the İstanbul Modern’s cinema.

Set to run through April 29, the program will focus on the 1960s, billed as the “period of maturity” in the career of Erksan, one of Turkey’s most important filmmakers best known for his Berlinale champion “Susuz Yaz” (Dry Summer). All films will be shown in their original Turkish in the pgroam titled “Metin Erksan Black & White.”

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