This week in culture and art (29 July – 5 August): our choice for you

Curated by: Edanur Tanış & Sara Elif Su Balıkçı

Medyascope We’ve rounded up the films and plays you can see this week, the exhibitions you can visit and the developments in the world of culture and art. Have fun in advance.

  • The serial adaptation of horror literature’s favorite novel “Interview with the Vampire” is coming.

Released in 1994 and based on the novel by Anne Rice “Interview with the Vampire”; It had successful actors such as Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Kirsten Dunst, Antonio Banderas and Christian Slater. After the 1994 movie Queen of the Damned A new movie called (2002) was released.

First “Interview with the Vampire” The movie, which is an adaptation of the movie, focused on Claudia becoming a vampire, what she went through and made her become a vampire. The series, which will be released, will focus on the beginning of events like the movie.

The series, whose first season will consist of seven episodes, will not cover Rice’s entire novel. “Interview with the Vampire”The premiere of the first season will take place on October 2. Among the names we’ll see in the new adaptation are Jacob Anderson, who we know from Game of Thrones, and Sam Reid, who we know from The News Reader.

To watch the trailer click here.

  • Egyptian soprano Fatma Said on stage with Fazıl Say in August

Egyptian soprano Fatma Said, who started her musical journey at the age of 14, has become a well-known name in her field. After the release of a new tango album, Said has won many awards and first prizes. Amongst them; There is also the award for best album from the Gramafon Classical Music Awards and the 8th Veronica Dunne International Singing Competition.

The concert Said will perform with Fazıl Say in Oslo in August will feature Egyptian songs and Ravel’s “Şehrazad”. Say, in his post on his official Twitter account, said:The Egyptian soprano Fatma Said, whom we follow with admiration, is emerging in the world. The first concert we will give with him in August is in Oslo, on the program are Ravel’s “Shahrazad” and Egyptian songs. Fatma also made a new tango album, bravo‘ he used the expression.

  • Musician Mehmet Atlı’s first single work meets the listeners: Diçim Ji Vir

Mehmet Atlı composed his earlier works from poems and also composed his first single from a poem. The poem Atlı composed in his new piece is Poet Berken Bere.h‘from “My Dim Ji Vir” his poem. Atlı’s new song is only available on his YouTube account.

Atlı explained the process of getting to know the poem to the Mesopotamia Agency as follows:

During the coronavirus epidemic, I got to know the poem through a video that circulated on social media and was read by the poet in his own voice. The poem touched me with its content such as leaving a place or someone, a contradiction such as ‘missing’ or ‘a reproachful, unwanted departure’. With its clear and beautiful Kurdish it sounded like a poem well suited to be a fluent song. I asked Bereh for permission and picked up my guitar and tried to develop a song as if I were reciting a poem; musical reading. Over time, I shared it with my musician friends and an arrangement came out. We released a single that is the product of common solidarity with images, drawings and the clip, poem, song and arrangements composed of the letters of the poem, typography and images from the Mardin environment.

  • Future crimes in Mubi

future crimes, “accelerated evolution syndrome” It’s about the hero, who suffers from a so-called illness, which turns his attempt to remove his organs into a live show.

David Cronenberg is in the director’s chair of the film, starring Lea Seydoux, Kristen Stewart and Viggo Mortensen.

Future Crimes, a Canadian-Greek co-production, falls into the category of science fiction thrillers. The film will meet the audience on July 29 in Mubi.

Festivals in which the film participates include the Cannes Film Festival, the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, the Melbourne Film Festival, and the Jerusalem Film Festival.

To access the movie Click.

  • Towards the unknown in Salt Beyoğlu

Collaboration with the Warsaw Art Museum. “Towards the unknown”focuses on the 89 revolutions and the potential of the world after 1989. Towards the Unknown presents a selection from the video and film collection of the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art from the 2000s to the present.

Artists whose works appear in Towards the Unknown include Diane Severin Nguyen, Nathalie Djurberg, Agnieszka Polska, Józef Robakowski, Duncan Campbell, Deimantas Narkevičius, Shana Moulton, Jananne Al-Ani, Oleksiy Radinsky, Neil Cummings and Marysia Lewandowska.

The exhibition takes place on the second and third floors of Salt Beyoğlu’s Forum, Winter Garden.

The result of the collaboration of writer and editor Eda Sezgin with Salt Research and Programs Director Fatma Çolakoğlu and Chief Curator Sebastian Cichocki of the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art. “Towards the unknown” detailed information about saltonline.org You can access through

  • This week in AKM Yeşilçam Cinema: Demirkubuz, Samuell and Wenders

Atatürk Cultural Center (AKM) Yeşilçam Cinema, between 29 July – 4 August Zeki Demirkubuz, Wim Wenders and the films of Yann Samuell.

With the signature of Zeki Demirkubuz, “innocence” takes place during the week of July 29 – August 4 at 2 p.m. “Won four Golden Oranges at the Antalya Film Festival in the year it came out.”innocence“It also won four separate awards at the Golden Boll Film Festival. Innocence is about what happens after Haluk, who has been released from prison, meets Bekir and Uğur at a hostel.

The work of German-born director and documentary maker Wim Wenders “Buena Vista Social Club”will be open to the public between July 29 and August 4 with a 4:30 p.m. session. The film is about the famous Cuban band Buena Vista Social Club, brought together by Ry Cooder.

2003 film by French director and screenwriter Yann Samuell “Do you have the courage to love?”is available at AKM every day between July 29 and August 4 at 6:30 PM. Starring Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet, the film is about the bond between Julien, who lost her mother to cancer, and Sophie, who is trying to cope with the immigration problems, and this bond between them is strengthened by the courage games they play. to play.

  • “On the Road 2” at Atelier Marvy İzmir on July 29

Exhibition of Kezban Arca Batıbeki “On the road 2”meet art lovers on July 29 at Atelier Marvy. After the exhibitions of Elvan Alpay, Mithat Şen and Ardan Özmenoğlu organized by Atelier Marvy, the photos taken by Kezban Arca Batıbeki during the epidemic will be exhibited in the context of digital collage cinematography.

Batıbeki, painter, photographer and graphic designer, presents the photos he has taken during his travels to art lovers and starts with the idea that how you see memories in the future is not about how they happened, but how they are remembered. fixed.

The exhibition of Batıbeki is waiting for you for free at Atelier Marvy in İzmir between July 29 and September 23.

  • “Karma” in short art on August 4th

Gürbüz Doğan Ekşioğlu’s Oil Paintings and Prints in the Fineart Edition are exhibited in the “”Mixed” is free on Brieflyart with more than 30 works from August 4 to September 18.

Ekşioğlu, who grew up in Ordu, incorporates color and form into his works with what he collected from memory. His works, which have been exhibited in nearly 30 countries, have been featured eight times as the cover of The New Yorker Magazine. UNICEF has also twice issued the artist’s works as postcards.

Brieflyart, which opened in 2020 and has a mission of sustainability, has been in Beyoğlu, Gümüşsuyu since May 12, 2022.

  • Applications for the Bosphorus Film Festival have begun

The competition applications for the tenth Bosphorus Film Festival have started. Registrations for the festival, which will celebrate its tenth anniversary between October 21 and 28, have started at Bosphorus Film Lab. Applications started in the Pitching and Work in Progress categories. The application deadline is September 23.

Part of the National Documentary Competition for the first time in its tenth year, the festival awards the Best National Documentary Film and Special Jury Awards in the category of documentary films that can be made without a time limit.

Applications have also started for Bosphorus Film Lab, Pitching Lab and Work in Progress, which host industry-focused events and project development departments. The Grand Prix Short Film is awarded this year in memory of Ahmet Uluçay.

To get festival details click here.

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