Taskafa:Stories of the Street / Estate, a Reverie - DVD

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Taskafa:Stories of the Street / Estate, a Reverie - DVD

Zimmerman Andrea Luka

Artangel Open Winner, and the first director to be shortlisted for both the Grierson and Jarman Awards, the work of filmmaker, artist and cultural activist Andrea Luka Zimmerman presents tender portraits of community and solidarity. Her newest film Erase and Forget premiered at the Berlin Film Festival Panorama 2017.

Taşkafa: Stories of the Street (2013) is a film about resistance and co-existence told through the lives of the street dogs of Istanbul featuring text and readings by the late artist, novelist and poet John Berger. Her feature documentary Estate, a Reverie (2015), now part of the Arts Council Collection, celebrates her community’s resilience in the face of the impending demolition of their east London housing estate and the passing of the utopian promise of social housing it once offered. Filmed over seven years, Estate reveals the determination of residents, asking how we might resist being framed exclusively through class, gender, ability, disability or geography to present a spirited celebration of extraordinary everyday humanity. Second Run are delighted to present these two important works on home video for the first time. This two-film DVD set presents the films from new digital transfers of original materials, and features a new filmed interview with Andrea Luka Zimmerman plus a 24-page booklet with text by John Berger, a new essay by award-winning author Ali Smith and writings on the films by Colin Dayan and Rosemary Bechler.

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Vydavateľ Second Run DVD
Dĺžka filmu 1 hod. 50 min.
Rok výroby 2013
Zvuk Angličtina
Formát DVDCD
EAN 5060114151161
Adresa titulu https://www.artforum.sk/katalog/112302/taskafastories-of-the-street-estate-a-reverie-dvd
Taşkafa: Stories of the Street (2013) is a film about resistance and co-existence told through the lives of the street dogs of Istanbul featuring text and readings by the late artist, novelist and poet John Berger. Her feature documentary Estate, a Reverie (2015), now part of the Arts Council Collection, celebrates her community’s resilience in the face of the impending demolition of their east London housing estate and the passing of the utopian promise of social housing it once offered. Filmed over seven years, Estate reveals the determination of residents, asking how we might resist being framed exclusively through class, gender, ability, disability or geography to present a spirited celebration of extraordinary everyday humanity. Second Run are delighted to present these two important works on home video for the first time. This two-film DVD set presents the films from new digital transfers of original materials, and features a new filmed interview with Andrea Luka Zimmerman plus a 24-page booklet with text by John Berger, a new essay by award-winning author Ali Smith and writings on the films by Colin Dayan and Rosemary Bechler.

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