A Short Walk in the Park
Shorts

  • September 28, 2013 / 16:00
  • September 29, 2013 / 18:00

Part I: Music
48’

Tencere Tava Havası, Kardeş Türküler, 4’23, 2013
Eyvallah, Duman, 4’51, 2013
Imagine, Joan Baez, 5’27, 2013
Occupy Taksim Flashmob, Stockholm, 4’46, 2013
Gas Them All, Alp Haydar, 3’15, 2013
Çapulcular Oldu Mu?, Boğaziçi Caz Korosu, 2’47, 2013
Çapulcu Musun Vay Vay, Boğaziçi Caz Korosu, 2’49
We Don't Need No Gas Bombs, Ayşe Deniz Gökçin, 2’56, 2013
Boyun Eğmeyenler, Yiğit Özatalay, 2’41, 2013
Güya, Nazan Öncel Çapulcu Orkestrası, 3’02, 2013
Taksim, Wax Poetic, 5’, 2013
RWNBT, Boğac Ergüvenç, Yaman Gülpınar, 2’17, 2013
Şimdi İstanbul’da Olmak Vardı, New York’lu Çapulcular, 5’36, 2013

Part II: Documentaries

Nefes Al, Süleyman Demirel, Recai Rize, 7’05, 2013
Gördüm: Bir Gezi Parkı Direnişi Belgesel Filmi, Çapuling yapan sinemacılar, 8’06, 2013
#occupyGEZİ, Deniz Tarsus, 3’48 , 2013
Gezi Havası, 4’21, 2013
Agence LeJournal Projesi, Emin Özmen, 20', 2013

Ecumenopolis: City Without Limits

Ecumenopolis: City Without Limits

Occupy: The Movie

Occupy: The Movie

F*ck for Forest

F*ck for Forest

Handsworth Songs

Handsworth Songs

The Green Wave

The Green Wave

The Network

The Network

The Gate of Heavenly Peace

The Gate of Heavenly Peace

Better This World

Better This World

Tous au Larzac

Tous au Larzac

A Short Walk in the Park<br/>Shorts

A Short Walk in the Park
Shorts

Portrait of a Bullfighter (1797)

Portrait of a Bullfighter (1797)

The man is depicted in three-quarters view, turning straight to the viewers with a penetrating glance. The background is grey, while the clothes, the hair, and cap are black. 

Istanbul-Paris-Istanbul: Mario Prassinos

Istanbul-Paris-Istanbul: Mario Prassinos

Mario Prassinos liked Istanbul more than the current Istanbulites of today. It is obvious that you can understand this from the article written by her daughter Catherine Prassinos in the Pera Museum's book on the artist.

Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests

Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests

Between 1963 and 1966 Andy Warhol worked at making film portraits of all sorts of characters linked to New York art circles. Famous people and anonymous people were filmed by Andy Warhol’s 16 mm camera, for almost four minutes, without any instructions other than ‘to get in front of the camera’.