Turkish Film Festival closes its doors in Cuba

Turkish Film Festival closes its doors in Cuba
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25 December 2023
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Dedicated to celebrate the centenary of the Republic of Türkiye, the Turkish Film Festival concludes on Saturday the exhibitions at the Acapulco Movie-Theater in Havana.
Turkish Embassy in Havana, which invites to the event in cooperation with the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC), will be screening Saturday afternoon Fig Jam (2011) film directed by Aytaç Ağırlar.

In a night of despair, after being continually rejected by the scripts he writes, Metin ends up in a bar where he meets Duygu. After spending the night together, she leaves in the morning before he wakes up, the synopsis relates.

The Magician (2006), directed by Cem Yılmaz and Ali Taner Baltacı, will be also screened at 19:00 local time

Failed magician Iskender decides to go on a tour to save his career, but he has to bring his grumpy and senile father along. The tour is unexpectedly interrupted when a girlfriend disappears from the stage.

Since its opening last Wednesday, the Turkish Film Festival also screened the feature films Love Is Just a Coincidence (2011), The Butterfly’s Dream (2013) and Among Family (2017).

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