7th EU Human Rights Film Days

December 3 - December 8, 2017

Pera Film is hosting 7th EU Human Rights Film Days. The EU Human Rights Film Days aim to bring film lovers together every year for raising awareness, for discussion and reflection. You can watch 6 impressive films in the program between December, 3 - 8 at Pera Film.

This program’s screenings are free of admissions. Drop in, no reservations.

Accessible Screenings
Within the framework of accessible screenings, films will be screened with audio description for the audience who can not see; sign language translation and detailed subtitles for the audience who can not hear. The films can be followed with audio description through the headsets which can be obtained from the festival desk. The Q&A sessions after the accessible screenings will be accompanied by sign language translators.

 

 

Screenings

3 December
Sunday
13:00     Zelal + Grab and Ru
 
8 December
Friday
12:00     Indivisibile
14:30     Home Sweet Home + Q&A
17:30     Seeing Voices + Q&A
20:00     A to B Rollerski + Q&A
 

Click here for 7th EU Human Rights Film Days’ details.

 

Janine Antoni Look At Me!

Janine Antoni Look At Me!

The exhibition Look at Me! Portraits and Other Fictions from the ”la Caixa” Contemporary Art Collection examines portraiture, one of the oldest artistic genres, through a significant number of works of our times. Through the exhibition we will be sharing about the artists and sections in Look At Me!. This time we are sharing about Janine Antoni , exhibited under the section “The Conventions of Identitiy”!

Moscow Conceptualists

Moscow Conceptualists

Our institutions have been stuck on linear Neo-Platonic tracks for 24 centuries. These antiquated processes of deduction have lost their authority. Just like art it has fallen off its pedestal. Legal, educational and constitutional systems rigidly subscribe to these; they are 100% text based.

A Photographer’s Biography Pascal Sebah

A Photographer’s Biography Pascal Sebah

Following the opening of his studio, “El Chark Societe Photographic,” on Beyoğlu’s Postacılar Caddesi in 1857, the Levantine-descent Pascal Sébah moves to yet another studio next to the Russian Embassy in 1860 with a Frenchman named A. Laroche, who, apart from having worked in Paris previously, is also quite familiar with photographic techniques.