The Ninth Paris Turkish Cinema Week will begin on Friday.
A Turkish migrants association, L'Acort, will organize the event that will take place at the Filmotheque du Quartier Latin movie theaters.
"Nar" (Pomegranate) by Umit Unal, "11'e 10 kala" (10 to 11) by Pelin Esmer, "Labirent" (Labyrinth) by Tolga Ornek, "Golgeler ve Suretler" (Shadows and Faces) by Dervis Zaim, "Ay buyurken uyuyamam" by Serif Goren, "Turkuaz" (Turquaze) by Kadir Balci, "Yangin Var" by Murat Saracoglu, "Turk Pasaportu" (Turkish Passport) by Cem Arliel, and "Gecmis mazi olmadı mı" by Mehmet Ozgur will be on screen during the event.
The Ninth Paris Turkish Cinema Week will end on April 8.
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