"The other side of the Turkish film revolution
Filmmakers and critics reflect upon the factors forming two generations of critically acclaimed independent cinema
By Jim Quilty
Daily Star staff
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
BEIRUT: In the last decade or so, a handful of Turkish filmmakers have made that country's cinema among the most admired in the world - witness 'Three Monkeys,' which won Nuri Belge Ceylan the award for best director at Cannes last year. Commercial film distribution being what it is, though, the selection available to Beirut residents, for instance, is eclectic but limited"
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