Six Turkish films will be screened during a Turkish films festival in Algeria.
Turkey's Culture and Arts Association (UKSD) will organize a Turkish Films Week in Algeria with the support of Culture & Tourism Ministry.
"The event will begin with the gala show tonight and end on September 27," UKSD chairman Tugrul Tuna told AA correspondent.
Tuna said Algerian people would watch Turkish films "Romantik Komedi" (Romantic Comedy), "Nefes" (Breath), "Hokkabaz" (The Magician), "Selvi Boylum Al Yazmalim" (The Girl with The Red Scarf), "Mommo Kiz Kardesim" (Mommo The Boogeymen), and "Neseli Hayat" (A Jolly Life) free of charge during the event.
The project would contribute to rapprochement between Turkish and Algerian people, Tuna said.
The UKSD chairman said the association was also thinking of introducing Algerian cultural and artistic works to Turkish people.
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