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Tunca Arslan

Journalist (Turkey), served as a jury member at many national and international film festivals, became the president of the Cinema Writers Association (SIYAD) between 2010-2013, where he previously served as a member of the board for three terms. He worked as the editor for the Dogan Publishing House (2009-2014) and Kirmizi Kedi Publishing House (2014-2018). Columnist in Aydinlik Newspaper and in Kaynak Publishing House

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An American nightmare: The school shootings

An American nightmare: The school shootings

...And the cineastic reaction to them.
Insecure waiting under the comet: “Don’t Look Up”

Insecure waiting under the comet: “Don’t Look Up”

Jules Verne, Netflix, US government system and science: Dangers are looming...
Christmas and New Year scenes in cinema

Christmas and New Year scenes in cinema

A collection of movies dealing with the final days of the year.
Echoes of the Algerian War of Independence on Cinema

Echoes of the Algerian War of Independence on Cinema

Independence and national cinema arts went arm in arm.
Colonialism, independence movements and the pioneers of African cinema

Colonialism, independence movements and the pioneers of African cinema

African cinema from colonialism to independence
The superficiality of the Olympic ideals

The superficiality of the Olympic ideals

From Greek mythology to the Cold War an beyond - one has to focus on the athletes themselves to feel a bit of Olympic spirit.
‘I accuse the United States!’: Ramsey Clark

‘I accuse the United States!’: Ramsey Clark

On the passing away of Ramsey Clark, former US Attorney General and a hero of anti-imperialism.
An echo of history, cinema and poetry: “Hungarians, where are you?”

An echo of history, cinema and poetry: “Hungarians, where are you?”

Patriotism in Hungarian poetry and cinema
Maradona: the people’s football player

Maradona: the people’s football player

The media stopped at nothing to turn the "Rebellious Maradona", who was Fidel Castro's close friend, who had a Che Guevera tattoo on his left leg, and who cursed the US operations in South America, into a circus monkey.
War, occupation and the art of cinema: 15 films about the Lebanese civil war

War, occupation and the art of cinema: 15 films about the Lebanese civil war

Here are 15 films that shed light on the Lebanese civil war, the Israeli occupation and the realities of Beirut
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