Is this our last chance? program in Ankara

Salt Ankara

November 19 – November 22, 2017

Lufer 2017 <i>Lüfer - Boğazın Prensi</i> (2015) filminden bir kare ©Mert Gökalp
Still from Lüfer - Boğazın Prensi [Bluefish - Prince of the Bosphorus] (2015) ©Mert Gökalp
Tatbikat Stage, Turkish-American Association entrance
Cinnah Caddesi No: 20 Kavaklıdere, Ankara

Initiated by SALT in 2015 to offer a framework in which to question the responsibilities of museums and cultural institutions in the face of devastating effects of climate change, Is this our last chance? screening program continues in Ankara following the 2017 Bonn Climate Change Conference (COP23). Commencing with the Ankara premiere of Thank You for the Rain (2017), the program consists of eight documentaries that explore a range of actions and enquiries on environmental issues in relation to climate change.

Hosted by the Turkish-American Association at Tatbikat Stage, the documentaries included in this program will be screened in their original language with Turkish and English subtitles. Program is free. Reservations are not accepted.

In September 2015, SALT announced that it will not accept support from oil, coal, or gas corporate entities.


November 19, 16.30
Julia Dahr, Thank You for the Rain, 2017

November 19, 19.30
Mert Gökalp, Lüfer - Boğazın Prensi [Bluefish - Prince of the Bosphorus], 2015

November 20, 16.30
Paul-Jean Vranken and Jean-Christophe Lamy, Les Liberterres [Lands for Freedom], 2015

November 20, 19.30
Alessandro Bernard and Paolo Ceretto, Waste Mandala, 2015

November 21, 16.30
Jeff Orlowski, Chasing Coral, 2017

November 21, 19.30
Seth Kramer, Daniel A. Miller, and Jeremy Newberger, The Anthropologist, 2015

November 22, 16.30
Cosima Dannoritzer, The E-Waste Tragedy, 2014

November 22, 19.30
Marshall Curry, If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front, 2011