'Home Cinema' to feature spatial reflections of Turkish lifestyles

Published 02.06.2016 00:44
Updated 02.06.2016 00:45

Istanbul Modern presents the cinema anthology titled "Home Cinema," which features the spatial reflections of lifestyles featured in Turkish and world cinema from apartments to skyscrapers. The films within the anthology, collected in parallel with the "VitrA Contemporary Architecture Series Present: Don't Be Home Late" exhibition, can be seen between June 2 and June 4. The films that will be screened include FIPRESCI winner "Neighboring Sounds," directed by Mendonça Filho, "24 Heures Sur Place" (2008), co-directed by Ila Beka and Louise Lemoine, "High-rise," directed by Ben Wheatley, and "Mon Oncle" (1958), directed by Jacques Tati, along with Turkish production "King of the Doormen" (Kapıcılar Kralı) (1976), directed by Zeki Ökten and starring Kemal Sunal, Şevket Altuğ, Güler Ökten and Sevda Ferdağ.

When: June 2-4

Where: Istanbul Modern

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