ARTS&CULTURE

2013 12 19

Turkish film awarded in Ukraine and Greece

Turkish film "I Loved You So Much" (Oyle Sevdim ki Seni), directed by Orhan Tekeoglu, awarded in Ukraine and Greece.

Turkish film "I Loved You So Much" (Oyle Sevdim ki Seni), produced by Medyaton-Nurdan Tumbek Tekeoglu, was awarded with "World Cinema Bridges" at the 4th Peloponnesian Corinthean International Film Festival, held in Corinth, Greece on 11-16 December.

Kayhan Yildizoglu, Turkish actor, received the prize of "The best actor" at the Korona Karpat Truskavets International TV Film Festival held on 12-16 November in Turuskavets, Ukraine.

The film "I Loved You So Much" was separately aired at the 43rd International Kiev Film Festival and on the "Women Across The Borders" program held at the Pera Museum of International Organization for Migration.

The film was first aired on September 27 in Trabzon, Turkey. The movie is about a tragic love story between Russian girl Olga and Turkish boy Cemal.

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