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Turkish Film Week to kick off in Bosnia

7 Turkish films to be screened in 23 cities across Bosnia and Herzegovina

Talha Ozturk and Lejla Biogradlija   | 09.12.2019
Turkish Film Week to kick off in Bosnia


The Turkish Film Week will kick off in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Wednesday.

Seven Turkish films will be screened at the festival which will run through Dec. 15 across 23 cities covering nearly all of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The ninth edition of the festival is organized by Turkey's Yunus Emre Institute.

The Farewell Letter to Ankara (Ankara Yazi Veda Mektubu) directed by filmmaker Kemal Uzun will be screened. The movie's leading actor Gurkan Uygun will meet his Bosnian fans.

Juggler, My Grandfather's People, Telling Tales, Ayla, Rafadan Tayfa Dehliz Adventure and Kids on the Block will also be screened.

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