Sunday 31 January 2016, 17:00 - 19:00
Moving History. Stories of Turkish film from the Sixties to the present

From the crisis of the Nineties to the demolition of the Emek cinema

Curated by Italo Spinelli

MAXXI Auditorium €5.00 single entrance ticket; €8.00 ticket for both events; €10,00 ticket for both events + museum entrance ticket through to Sunday 7 February; admittance free for myMAXXI card holders

Two events exploring the social, political and cultural history of contemporary Turkey

A story enriched by celebrated sequences or previously unseen clips from Turkish films, shorts and documentaries through a chronology of images testifying to the cultural wealth of a country in continuous transformation.

Screenings of extracts from films and documentaries including:
Uzak (2002), by Nury Bilge Ceylan
Memory of a Square (2000 – 2005), by Gülsün Karamustafa
Uzak İhtimal (2009), by Mahmut Fazıl Coşkun
Mayıs Sıkıntısı (The Clouds of May, 1999), by Nury Bilge Ceylan
Fazlamesai (Overtime, 2011), by Gürcan Keltek.

*Digital video editor Silvia Di Domenico

Other events of the La storia in movimento. Racconti del cinema turco dagli anni Sessanta ad oggi cycle