TALK: HAKKI BAŞGÜNEY
AND AHMET GÜRATA

SALT BEYOĞLU

MARCH 21, 2013 18.30

Turkish Cinema Workers’ Union’s march on “Protest Against Censorship” (05.11.1977)                                                                                                                                                                              Türkiye Sinema Emekçileri’nin “Sansürü Protesto Yürüyüsü” (05.11.1977)<br />
Arsiv: <i>SES</i> (Fotografçisi bilinmiyor)<br />
DIPSAHAF Plak Deposu’nun izniyle
Turkish Cinema Workers’ Union’s march on “Protest Against Censorship” (05.11.1977)

Archive: SES (Photographer unknown)

With the permission of DİPSAHAF Plak Deposu

SALT Beyoğlu, Walk-in Cinema



Hakkı Başgüney
Politicization of art, increasing political interest in art, 1970s Turkey

In 2004 Hakkı Başgüney graduated from the Department of Philosophy and received his M.A. from Atatürk Institute for Modern Turkish History, Boğaziçi University. Başgüney continues his PhD at Boğaziçi and Strasbourg Universities and focuses on cinema and political debates.

Ahmet Gürata
A long walk against censorship: Censorship protest in 1977

Ahmet Gürata teaches at the Faculty of Communication and Design, Bilkent University. Gürata has published articles on remakes, documentation, reception and the history of Turkish cinema. He continues to write for the magazines Express and bir+bir.

The talk will be held in Turkish.
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