Thursday Cinema
Helsinki, ikuisesti
[Helsinki, Forever]

Salt Beyoğlu

March 26, 2015 19.00

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Still from the film Helsinki, ikuisesti [Helsinki, Forever] (2008) ©Illume

SALT Beyoğlu, Walk-in Cinema

Helsinki, ikuisesti [Helsinki, Forever] (2008)
Director: Peter von Bagh
75 minutes
Finnish; Turkish and English subtitles

Helsinki, ikuisesti [Helsinki, Forever] is a montage film on the city of Helsinki by award-winning Finnish film director and academic Peter von Bagh. The film draws a portrait of Helsinki and also acts as an essay on Finnish culture in a wider sense. It shows Helsinki as captured by leading Finnish feature film and documentary makers over a period of one hundred years.

Shown in the scope of Long Thursday, this film brings together the works of painters, poets, writers, and filmmakers, all within content of the city. Peter von Bagh’s Helsinki, ikuisesti [Helsinki, Forever], questions the history of Finland through the layers of time.

Program is free. Reservations are not accepted.

Supported by Garanti Mortgage