March 8, 2020: A Memoir

March 4 - 11, 2024

Pera Film celebrates International Women's Day with the online screening of the award-winning film March 8, 2020: A Memoir.

Produced by Fırat Yücel and Aylin Kuryel, March 8, 2020: A Memoir explores what the "Touristic Cameras" overlooking Taksim Square left in the dark during the Feminist Night March in 2020. Through screenshots, the film travels in time to record the memory of the last mass action in Istanbul before the pandemic. Within the scope of the program, an online discussion held with the moderation of writer and academician Begüm Özden Fırat, featuring Fırat Yücel and Aylin Kuryel will also be available to access.

The film, which won the FIPRESCI Prize at the 2023 Istanbul Film Festival and the online discussion can be accessed via the Pera Museum's website from March 4 to March 11.

Special Screening <br> March 8, 2020: A Memoir

Special Screening
March 8, 2020: A Memoir

Talk <br> March 8, 2020: A Memoir

Talk
March 8, 2020: A Memoir

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