Views of Ottoman Empire Selection

  • December 4, 2015 / 14:00
  • December 4, 2015 / 16:00

1911-1928, Black & White and Color
Restoration: EYE Filmmuseum, Cineteca di Bologna, Yugoslovenska Kinoteka, Filmmuseum Austria, Imperial War Museum, Filmarchiv Austria, Library of Congress, British Film Institute
14:00 First Session Music: Çiğdem Borucu Erdoğan, Güniz Alkaç, Nurcan Betül Arısoy
16:00 Second Session Music: Grup Burgaz'dan Sonra Heybeliada

Any city that has ever been part of the Ottoman Empire, even if it had separated from the imperial territory decades before the discovery of cinematography, can be included if the images reflect its Ottoman heritage.

The film will be introduced by Elif Rongen-Kaynakçı.

For further info about İstanbul Silent Cinema Days, please click here.

(Sur)real Colors

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Views of Ottoman Empire Selection

Views of Ottoman Empire Selection

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