Helsinki

2nd TransBorder Conversations

2nd TransBorder Conversations

Oct

27

Thu

03:03 – 03:03

Elokuvateatteri Kino K13

Academy of Moving People & Images and Taidekoulu Maa proudly invite you to the 2nd screening of TransBorder Conversations!

The second screening of the TransBorder Conversations is happening in collaboration with Aalto University- Critical Cinema Lab with Milk & Chocolate and Motherland by filmmaker Senem Tüzen, the screening will take place in Kino-K13 on the 27th of October 2022 at 17:00 and the evening continues with a Q&A with Senem Tüzen moderated by Ceyda Berk Söderblom. 

SCHEDULE:
KINO-K13, Finnish Film Foundation (27.10.2022)
A film screening organized by AMPI & Maa & Aalto-Critical Cinema Lab.
“Milk & Chocolate” by Senem Tüzen, a short film, at 17.00
“Motherland” by Senem Tüzen, feature film at 17.30
Q&A with filmmaker Senem Tüzen at 19.10 (Moderator: Ceyda Berk Söderblom)
Open to everyone
Free entrance
Address: Katajanokanlaituri 11 A

Seats are limited please register:
https://docs.google.com/…/1sTfB7JITemOQtMmrUur2NTg…/edit

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Senem Tüzen, born in Ankara and resident of Catalonia, wrote and directed the Turkish mother-daughter drama Motherland (Ana Yurdu)—her first feature film—which premiered at the 2015 Venice Critics’ Week, won 18 national awards, including Best Film, Best Director and Best Screenplay from the Turkish Film Critics Association (SIYAD), as well as Best Screenplay at the 2015 Asia-Pacific Awards, two FIPRESCI awards (Warsaw and Istanbul) and was among the ten films proposed by FIPRESCI for the 2016 European Film Awards. She co-directed the narrative documentary Eat Your Catfish (2021), which premiered in competition at IDFA and won Best Documentary at the Istanbul Film Festival. She is also one of six international finalists for the 2022 Academy Gold Fellowship for Women, given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Previously, she has contributed to various film and television projects—including Al Jazeera and Turkish state television—as a producer, editor and director of photography.

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Ceyda Berk-Söderblom, an independent arts manager, curator, festival programmer, entrepreneur, and expert on DEI, is the artistic director of MiklagardArts, a facilitator for promoting transnational and transcultural collaborations. With over 20 years of experience in the arts, Ceyda has specialist knowledge in programming, curating, cultural branding, fundraising, sponsorship, advocacy, lobbying, change and DEI management. Her advocacy work, which focuses on diversity, equity and inclusion in arts and culture, is influenced by her experiences as a transcultural arts professional. In 2020, she worked as an expert in a working group on cultural policy, immigration and cultural diversity appointed by the Ministry of Education and Culture in Finland to prepare policy guidelines. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) and holds a “Bene Merito” honorary distinction from the Republic of Poland. 

Thu 27 Oct 2022 Closed today