Following the movie ‘Code Name Venus’ that was screened at Cannes Film Festival and at cinemas in Turkey-TRNC, the Near East University Faculty of Communication had its second movie, Dr. Dilara, screened at Cannes Film Festival in May. Dr. Dilara, which is a Cyprus issue-driven movie in terms of its production, director, players and storyline, is opening at Lemar Cineplex in Nicosia, Kyrenia, Famagusta and Güzelyurt, TRNC on October 7, 2016.
According to the press info released by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office of Near East University, Tamer Garip, the scenarist, director and producer of the movie “Code Name Venus”, has come up with a new cinema movie called Dr. Dilara which attracts great interest with its actors, actresses and storyline. Popular Turkish actor Cengiz Bozkurt is one of the figures acting in the movie. He portrays Carlo, the Italian businessman character in the film. Movie and theater actress Ruhsan Ankay is a Turkish Cypriot born in Nicosia. She acts the leading role and portrays Dr. Dilara who is the only daughter of a Cypriot family that decides to return to Cyprus with her 4 year-old-daughter upon the death of her husband after living in Italy for long years. Buse Kırpala, who plays the supporting role of the movie, is yet 5 years old and portrays Dr. Dilara’s daughter in the movie. Metin Erduran, the well known figure of Kyrenia and one of the producers of the movie, portrays Dr. Dilara’s father in the movie.
It was stated that all players that acting in the movie, particularly Cengiz Bozkurt, would participate in the movie premiere to be held in NEU Atatürk Culture and Congress Center (AKKM) on Friday, October 7, 2016.
Dr. Dilara with its realistic storyline that comprises social messages is waiting for moviegoers.