Despite Ankara's lack of support, Turkish film wins big at Sundance
Pinar Tremblay February 8, 2018
The Turkish government has put private theater and movie productions in a chokehold through restrictions in financing and legal hurdles.
The Turkish movie "Butterflies" has won the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic at the Sundance Film Festival. For 36-year-old director, screenwriter and co-producer Tolga Karacelik and his team, the win was a pleasant surprise.
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