Ivy (Turkish: Sarmaşık) is a 2015 Turkish drama film written and directed by Turkish filmmaker Tolga Karaçelik. After premiering in-competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in Utah, the film continued its festival circuit, screening at more than 30 international film festivals, including Toronto IFF, Karlovy Vary IFF, Sao Paulo IFF and Sydney FF. The film won four awards at the Antalya International Film Festival (previously known as Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival) including Best Film and Best Director, making Karacelik one of the youngest directors to ever receive the Golden Orange.
When high-rolling hustler Jack Parks (Sidney Poitier) is blackmailed into seducing a client's naive young housekeeper, love is the last thing on his mind. But Jack has never met anyone like Ivy Moore (Abbey Lincoln)... and as he begins to fall for her, she discovers the truth about the player.
The Halls of Ivy is an American situation comedy that ran from 1950–52 on NBC radio, created by Fibber McGee & Molly co-creator/writer Don Quinn. The series was adapted into a CBS television comedy (1954–55) produced by ITC Entertainment and Television Programs of America. British husband-and-wife actors Ronald Colman and Benita Hume starred in both versions of the show.