Polish Experimental Animation Cinema 2

  • April 12, 2014 / 13:30
  • April 13, 2014 / 11:00

  • Sweet Rhythms / 1965 / Dir: Kazimierz Urbański / 6’
  • Steering My Own Destiny / 1971 / Dir: Katarzyna Latałło / 6’
  • Replica / 1975 / Dir: Kazimierz Bendkowski / 9’
  • New Book / 1975 / Dir: Zbigniew Rybczyński / 10’
  • Oh! I Can't Stop! / 1975 / Dir: Zbigniew Rybczyński / 10’
  • Portrait / 1977 / Dir: Stanisław Lenartowicz / 8’
  • Dead Shadow / 1980 / Dir: Andrzej Klimowski / 10’
  • Line / 1981 / Dir: Grzegorz Rogala / 7’
  • First Film / 1981 / Dir: Józef Piwkowski / 10’
  • Block / 1982 / Dir: Hieronim Neumann / 9’
  • Chips / 1984 / Dir: Jerzy Kucia / 10’
  • Video-disc / 1986 / Dir: Maciej Ćwiek / 4’
  • Zoopraxiscope / 2005 / Dir: Hieronim Neumann / 12’

Total running time 108’
Screenings marked with an (*) will be made with the attendance of the director, actor or producer of the film.

Polish Experimental Animation Cinema 1

Polish Experimental Animation Cinema 1

Polish Experimental Animation Cinema 2

Polish Experimental Animation Cinema 2

Polish Experimental Animation Cinema 3

Polish Experimental Animation Cinema 3

Panel: Polish Animation Cinema

Panel: Polish Animation Cinema

Midnight Horror Stories: Pollens, Photosynthesis & Rock ‘N’ Roll <br> Murat Başekim

Midnight Horror Stories: Pollens, Photosynthesis & Rock ‘N’ Roll
Murat Başekim

Pera Museum Blog is launching a new series of creepy stories in collaboration with Turkey’s Fantasy and Science Fiction Arts Association (FABISAD). The Association’s member writers are presenting newly commissioned short horror stories inspired by the artworks of Mario Prassinos as part of the Museum’s In Pursuit of an Artist: Istanbul-Paris-Istanbul exhibition. The third story is by Murat Başekim! The stories will be published online throughout the exhibition. Stay tuned!

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. 

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’.