As the Academy Awards are approaching, Istanbul Modern Cinema offers a unique selection titled “The Foreigners of the Oscars”, bringing together candidates for “Best Foreign Language Film.” On 15th and 17th Januarry 2015, Paweł Pawlikowski's Golden Globe nominee Ida (2013) will be on view for Turkish audiences.
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The inauguration of the project “Migrating University of Mickiewicz” will open on 18 October 2014, at the Museum of Adam Mickiewicz in Istanbul’s Tarlabaşı district. Numerous presentations by Polish and Turkish artists and historians aim to shed light on current social transformations in the area, as well as Polish presence in the history of old Constantinople.
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Within the scope of the project “600th Anniversary of Polish-Turkish Diplomatic Relations”, art lovers of every age from various cities including Istanbul, Ankara, Eskişehir and Mardin will meet more than 50 events during the second half of 2014. The events are categorized under “visual arts”, “music”, “photography”, “theater”, “design” and “film”. Read more »about: What's Next? Join Us For the New Season of the 600 Years Project
Two major exhibitions in Istanbul, Polish film reviews, concerts and up-to-date art presentations throughout Turkey, alongside a survey of Turkish art in Poland. The Polish year in Turkey lays the groundwork for a fundamental reinterpretation of Polish-Turkish history - what are we exporting and what will there be to see in Poland? Read more »about: 2014 Polish Year in Turkey
On view at SALT Galata in Istanbul, between 14 November - 17 January 2015, the exhibition "Rainbow in the Dark" examines the recent growth of religious populism through selected works by Mirosław Bałka, Nilbar Gures, Gulsun Karamustafa, Teresa Murak, Walid Raad, Wael Shawky, Slavs & Tatars and Artur Żmijewski. Read more »about: Rainbow in the Dark Opens in Istanbul
Opening on September 11 at SALT Ulus in Turkey's capital city, Ankara, the exhibition "Into the Country" will present works by artists who deal with the rural, including Fatma Bucak, Honorata Martin, Michał Łagowski, Krzysztof Maniak, RUTA, Daniel Rycharski and Slavs and Tatars. Read more »about: Into the Country Goes on View in Turkey's Capital
Between 1 November 2014 - 27 December 2014, Pera Museum in Istanbul will present a broad review of Polish cinema under various themes, featuring award-winning titles by world-renowned directors Roman Polański, Agnieszka Holland, Joanna and Krzysztof Krauze among others.
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DOCUMENTARIST: Istanbul Documentary Days between 07-12 June will bring together films from over 30 countries, accompanied by events and guest lectures. Selected works by Krzysztof Kieślowski, Kazimierz Karabasz, Marcel and Paweł Łoziński, Wojciech Wiszniewski and Bogdan Dziworski will be screened as part of the Masters From Poland special category. Read more »about: Polish Titles at DOCUMENTARIST
The next stop for The World From Dawn Till Dusk documentary film project is Istanbul. Film students will be attending workshops in September with Polish filmmakers to capture "crumbs of everyday life in the city". The project will continue with screenings of final student films at the end of the year. Read more »about: Istanbul From Dawn Till Dusk With Polish Filmmakers
Between 5-20 April 2014, the 33rd Istanbul International Film Festival presents 200 films form around the world. A unique anthology of Experimental Polish Animation in three parts, as well as a panel discussion on Polish Animation with Mariusz Wilczyński and Adriana Prodeus are among the highlights of this year's Festival. Read more »about: Polish Experimental Animation in Istanbul
The 9th edition of the Meetings on the Bridge (MoB), organized under the scope of the 33rd Istanbul Film Festival, will take place between 11–18 April 2014. Plans for this year's meetings include workshops between young film producers from Poland and Turkey, as well as the presentation of a Lifetime Achievement Award to master director Andrzej Wajda. Read more »about: Polish and Turkish Film Meet on the Bridge