World Bulletin/News Desk
Bosnia and Herzegovina will enjoy a flavor of Turkish films at the 5th Turkish Film Festival which will begin on April 13.
The festival, organized by Turkey's Embassy in Sarajevo, will kick off with the movie "Ses" (Sound).
Six films will be screened within the scope of the festival which will last through April 18 in Sarajevo. Turkish films can then be viewed in Zenica between April 23 and 27.
Dr. Cengiz Aydin, Cultural and Tourism Attache of Turkey's Embassy in Sarajevo, stated that they had widened the scope of the festival by screening films in other Bosnian cities and extended the time period.
"We will host celebrities from the Turkish cinema namely Mehmet Gunsur and Selma Ergec to attract viewers," added Aydin.
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