Sounds of Cinema

Salt Beyoğlu

April 26 – April 28, 2018

Image4 <i>Ménilmontant</i> (1926) filminden bir kare
Still from Ménilmontant (1926)
Starting on Long Thursday on April 26, Sounds of Cinema program will bring together the screenings of three silent classics with live music performances in the Walk-in Cinema.

April 26, 20.00
Duration: 76 minutes

Aleksandr Dovzhenko’s masterpiece and a milestone for Soviet cinema history, Zemlya [Earth] (1930) will be accompanied with a performance by musician Ekin Fil.

April 27, 19.00
Duration: 38 minutes

Dimitri Kirsanoff’s 1926 film Ménilmontant is considered a harbinger of the poetic-realist French cinema of the 30s. During the screening, Egemen Kırkağaç, Ege Tülek, and Alper Yıldırım will perform using a combination of acoustic elements and electronic sounds.

April 28, 18.00
Duration: 78 minutes

A surrealist film from Japan, Teinosuke Kinugasa’s Kurutta ippêji [A Page of Madness] (1926) will be screened along with Sumatran Black’s music, that is encouraged to be enjoyed while walking at night or lying down in darkness.

Organized in collaboration between SALT and Fol, this program is free and open to all. All films selected are shown as the original data provided by the distributors.