Lost and Found Film Days at SALT Beyoğlu

Organized by Katadrom Arts, Culture and Social Politics Association in collaboration with SALT, the screening program comprises a selection of films dating from 1905 to 2017 to explore the cinemas as well as some untold stories of five dissolved countries

October 26-28
SALT Beyoğlu, Walk-in Cinema

Event Page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/587107951704726/

Lost and Found Film Days brings together a selection of fiction and documentary films from the cinema and social history of the Ottoman Empire, East Pakistan, East Germany, Soviet Union, and Czechoslovakia, all which were dissolved in the 20th century. Along with a talk by cinema historian Burçak Evren, the program is organized by Katadrom Arts, Culture and Social Politics Association in collaboration with SALT.

As part of Lost and Found Film Days, Heiner Carow’s 1989 film Coming Out will be screened at SUPA Salon, followed by a conversation of film critic Rıza Oylum, on October 28 at 18.30. For further information: https://lostfoundfilmdays.com/acilma-coming-out/

 

OCTOBER 26, SALT BEYOĞLU, WALK-IN CINEMA

Czechoslovakia:
16.00

Pohádky tisíce a jedné noci [A Thousand and One Nights] (1974)
Director: Karel Zaman
88 minutes
Czech; Turkish and English subtitles

18.30
Filmový dobrodruh Karel Zeman [Karel Zeman: Adventurer in Film] (2015)
Director: Tomás Hodan
102 minutes
Czech; Turkish and English subtitles

 

OCTOBER 27, SALT BEYOĞLU, WALK-IN CINEMA

Ottoman Empire:
15.00
Manaki Brothers Film Selection (1905-1926)
Director: Yanaki and Milton Manaki
60′ minutes, silent films

16.00
Conversation (in Turkish) with cinema historian Burçak Evren: Manaki Brothers

East Germany:
17.00
Królik po Berlinsku [Rabbit â la Berlin] (2009)
Director: Bartosz Konopka
39 minutes
German, Polish; Turkish and English subtitles

 

OCTOBER 28, SALT BEYOĞLU, WALK-IN CINEMA

Soviet Union:
13.00
Nõukogude hipid [Soviet Hippies] (2017)
Director: Terje Toomistu
75 minutes
Estonian, Russian, English; Turkish and English subtitles

15.00
Naerata Ometi [Well, Come On, Smile] (1985)
Director: Leida Laius
85 minutes
Estonian; Turkish and English subtitles

East Pakistan:
17.00
Jago Hua Savera [The Day Shall Dawn] (1959)
Director: A. J. Kadar
90 minutes
Urdu; Turkish and English subtitles
Credits: Anjum Taseer, Nauman Taseer Foundation holds copyrights to JAGO HUA SAVERA

 

*[In Parallel to the Program] 
18.30 
Açılma / Coming Out (1989) 
Director: Heiner Carow 
113 minutes  
German; Turkish and English subtitles 
20:30 Conversation (in Turkish) with film critic Rıza Oylum: East German Cinema 
Venue: SUPA Suriye Pasajı Salon

 

Image
Still from Naerata Ometi [Well, Come On, Smile] (1985)

 

*As part of Lost and Found Film Days, Heiner Carow’s 1989 film Coming Out will be screened at SUPA Salon, followed by a conversation of film critic Rıza Oylum, on October 28 at 18.30.

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