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SEPTEM­BER con­tin­ues to em­brace more and more art­works with the Is­tan­bul Bi­en­nial and the Con­tem­po­rary Is­tan­bul In­ter­na­tional Art Fair co­in­cid­ing this year. In the sec­ond week of the month, Is­tan­bul is po­si­tioned as a global cul­ture and art cen­ter with a wide range of events


Di­rected by Radu Mi­haileanu, “The His­tory of Love” stars Derek Ja­cobi, Mark Ren­dall, Gemma Arter­ton, So­phie Nelisse and El­liott Gould. Adapted from Ni­cole Krauss’ book “The His­tory of Love,” this U.S. pro­duc­tion tells the story of Leo and Alma.

Leo Gursky is a man who comes to the U.S. af­ter the oc­cu­pa­tion of Poland by the Ger­mans in World War II. He never for­gets his child­hood love Alma. When Alma, who is look­ing for a cure for her mother’s lone­li­ness, is sent to the U.S. by her fam­ily she meets Leo, who is in the last days of his life. It is in this mo­ment that a book writ­ten long ago, but mys­te­ri­ously reap­pear­ing now, will change ev­ery­one’s life.


Di­rected by Michael Cuesta, “Amer­i­can As­sas­sin” stars Dy­lan O’Brien and Michael Keaton in the lead­ing roles and Tay­lor Kitsch, Sanaa Lathan, Scott Ad­kins and David Suchet are sup­port­ing fig­ures. Adapted from the best­selling series by Vince Flynn, the film tells the story of a coun­tert­er­ror­ism agent in the CIA.


Adapted from Stephen King’s novel “It,” this film tells the story of a group of chil­dren who chase a mys­tery that oc­curs af­ter the dis­ap­pear­ance of chil­dren in a small town. Di­rected by Andy Muschi­etti, the film stars Bill Skars­gard, Finn Wolfhard, Ni­cholas Hamil­ton, Sophia Lil­lis, Javier Botet, Jae­den Lieber­her and Me­gan Char­p­en­tier. The sound­track of the thriller film, whose sce­nario was writ­ten by Gary Dauber­man, Chase Palmer and Cary Joji Fuku­naga, was pro­duced by Ben­jamin Wall­fisch.


The ac­tion-com­edy film be­long­ing to İlker Sarı tells the story of a chemist who wakes up as a dif­fer­ent per­son af­ter un­der­go­ing an op­er­a­tion fol­low­ing an ac­ci­dent.


Writ­ten by Se­dat Er­gen, “Örümcek” stars Bi­hter Delüv, Bu­rak Arslan, Ni­hat Demirel and Cumhur Sarı in the lead­ing roles. The film tells the story of two old lovers.


Di­rected by Bu­rak Donay, “Korkacak Bi’şey Yok” fea­tures Bu­rak Ay­dın, Ahu Seda, İbrahim Vur­maz and Nes­li­han Şen. The film tells the funny ad­ven­ture of a group of friends go­ing from Is­tan­bul to the Uzunköprü dis­trict of Edirne prov­ince.


Di­rected by Ben Stassen and Jeremy De­gru­son, the an­i­ma­tion film, “The Son of Bigfoot” fol­lows the ad­ven­tures of a teenage boy look­ing for his fa­ther.

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