Istanbul Modern Museum shows some interesting films.I have seen many interesting films at this museum.
Istanbul Modern Cinema presents the complete filmography of Michael Haneke, one of the greatest contemporary film directors of Europe. The program will be carried out in cooperation with the Goethe Institute, Austrian Cultural Office and the French Cultural Center. All 21 films of the director will be screened with the scope of the program that features both television films and award-winning cinema films, including “Love” that won the Golden Palm in Cannes Film Festival and received five Oscar nominations this year. Besides film screenings, a talk will be held on Thursday February the 28th with the participation of Roy Grundmann, the writer of “A Companion to Michael Haneke” and Hüseyin Tabak, one of Haneke’s students and the director of “Your Beauty is Worth Nothing” that won the Golden Orange “Best Film” award in 2012.
We will see 3 films called:
13:00 Şato The Castle
(Das Schloss), 1997*
Germany-Austria, DVD, Color, 123’
Cast: Ulrich Mühe, Susanne Lothar, Frank Giering, Felix Eitner
Language: German, Subtitles: Turkish, English.
Adapted from Franz Kafka’s unfinished novel, “The Castle” follows an architect named K who tries to reach a mysterious castle only to face endless bureaucratic hurdles.
15:00 Göle Giden Üç Yol Three Paths to the Lake
Three Paths to the Lake (Drei Wege Zum See), 1976
West Germany-Austria, DVD, Color, 97’
Cast: Ursula Schult, Guido Wieland, Walter Schmidinger, Udo Vioff, Bernhard Wicki
Language: German, Subtitles: only Turkish
Adapted from the Austrian author Ingeborg Bachmann’s story by the same name, the film follows a successful war photographer visiting his father’s house and begins to examine his own life and character by reviewing his past and experiences in love.
17:00 Beyaz Bant White Ribbon
White Ribbon (Das Weisse Band: Eine Deutsche Kindergeschichte), 2009
Germany-Austria-France-Italy, 35mm, Black and White, 144’
Cast: Christian Friedel, Susanne Lothar, Burghart Klaußner, Ulrich Tukur
Language: German, Italian, Polish, Latin, Subtitles: Only Turkish
The children are taught innocence in a village interwoven with selfish relationships and moral corruption. They are quite sure that a white ribbon tied on the arm will serve the purpose.
İstanbul Modern Cinema: 8 TL, 3.5 Euro, 5$ (For 3 films)
Map is here:
Maybe we can drink something after the films.
Handan (+90 505 778 53 39)