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MODE Istanbul exploring the ‘Gezi Spirit’

Humorous tag lines and strong imageries on banners, walls, and social media, rainbow colored stairs, the ‘standing men’ on the streets… Clever and provocative videos, documentaries, remixes… Activism became art, art became activism…

dervis_ardaCreative resistance, online and offline, was at the core of the recent Gezi Protests in Turkey and fueled the ‘Gezi Spirit’: People of different social/cultural backgrounds used different outlets to spread the news and to share their voices, while the mainstream media kept its silence. The Gezi (Media) Lab was launched by Doc Next partner MODE Istanbul at the onset of the protests to provide a space for young people to explore the Gezi Spirit and to produce new media works, individually and collectively. Each mini lab, held once a month, includes talks & discussions with guest speakers, hands-on workshops, visits to and screenings at park forums, and focuses on different themes such as “The Symbols of Gezi”, “Video Activism”, “Gender and Resistance”,  “The Sound of Gezi”, “The Right to the City and Migration”.

come as you areThe labbers seek to create links between the widely discussed subjects the Gezi events brought to the forefront like citizens rights, censorship, urban transformation, the reclaiming of public spaces, collective action, commons and migration, and express via their media works their views.

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Mini Lab on “Gender and Resistance” in Istanbul

MODE Istanbul‘s mini lab on ‘Gender and Resistance’ was underway last weekend. Between August 23rd and 25th, at Simotas Building in Kuzguncuk/Istanbul, guests from the LGBT community and the Socialist Feminist Collective as well as academics working on gender issues talked about their experiences in relation to Gezi incidents and shared their insights on the culture of resistance.

Lawyer Levent Pişkin, one of the organizers of the LGBT Honor Week, was the first speaker to talk about the LGBT community in Turkey and he gave a historical and sociological insight into what resistance means for the community.

sfk1Cenk Özbay, associate professor at Bogazici University, first went over the basic terminology of gender studies. He then defined and started a discussion on the concept of ‘insurgent masculinity’, which he portrayed as an undertow to the prevalent idea of masculinity, within the context of Gezi process and linked it with a caricature project he has been working on.

Bilinç Şüküroğlu, a representative of the Socialist Feminist Collective, talked about her experiences on feminist resistance in relation to the Gezi Protests. (more…)

European Souvenirs @ Vrede van Utrecht Festival

We invite you to take a trip down memory lane in a side-programme to the House of Eutopia, as on 19 September, European Souvenirs will present their re-mapping of Europe visually, geographically and conceptually at the Vrede van Utrecht (‘Treaty of Utrecht’) Festival 2013.

European Souvenirs is Doc Next Networks live-cinema performance. Remixing music, photography and film, the European Souvenirs artistic group re-examined the prevailing imagery of immigrants across European communities and re-maps Europe visually, geographically and conceptually. (more…)

Remapping Europe screenings in Istanbul continue

Remapping Europe Istanbul remix videos were showcased by Doc Next Network partner MODE Istanbul as part of Documentarist 2013 Festival’s Special Screenings Program, which coincided with the beginning of the Gezi Park protests in Istanbul.Beyoğlu

Remapping Europe videos from Turkey were screened on the 5th of June and a selection of Remapping Europe videos from Spain, Poland and Turkey were screened on the 6th of June as well as an international selection of Doc Next Shorts on the same day in the evening at SALT Beyoglu’s Open Theater. (more…)

Doc Next @ IDFA 2012

More than 30 Doc Next films were screened at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam in 2012. Within the program of Doc Next @ IDFA, there are 5 theme categories: Public Spaces, Strong Stories, Body & Soul, The Protagonist, Political Remix Videos and Dutch Local Heroes. Doc Next Network is also on IDFA TV.

Public Spaces. A public space is a social space that is generally open and accessible to people. But who decides how these places are used and improved? These films are about fighting bureaucracy, striving for a change in urban environments and other ‘street life’.

Hometown Glory, Exposure, UK, 2011
“People came together, motivated to show that the behaviour of the minority did not reflect that of the majority.” An in-depth look at the summer riots in London in 2011. Media footage and interviews with local residents and youth and community workers reveal the reasons for, and reactions to, these events that shocked London.
Production: British Film Institute Future Film, bursary scheme with Exposure Magazine, 2011.

Decision (Decyzja), Monika Jankowska Olejnik, Poland, 2011
When the municipality took away the concrete flowerpots from the streets of Zdunska Wola in Poland, an artist decided to bring them back to the people. A film that shows how an individual decision can improve the urban public space, against the backdrop of the ruling bureaucrats.
Production: Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, Poland.doc.

Donation Only, Olly Newport, UK, 2012
Standing in the middle of a busy Brighton street every Saturday and Sunday, a masseuse gives away her skills in exchange for a simple donation of any size. But what lies behind these healing hands of hers?
Production: BFI Future Film in collaboration with Step2TV.

 

The Life of Allotments (Działkowcy), Anastazja Kądziela, Poland, 2011
Urban garden allotments are relics of the era of People’s Republic of Poland. Their residents are mostly pensioners, and the allotments create a specific microcosm with petty arguments that coexist with helpfulness and sympathy.
Production: Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, Poland.doc, 2011.

Hoodforts, Mile End Community Project, UK, 2011
A community film sharing a message from a group of young people in Mile End in London, about why other young people should stay out of trouble and work towards achieving their dreams. Winner of the Adobe Youth Voices UK film award, two Limelight awards and the Adobe Aspire Gold Medal for documentary.
Production: participatory project with a team of young filmmakers from Tower Hamlets in London.

Lost Property Office (Biuro Rzeczy Zagubionych), Anna Rok, Agnieszka Kokowska, Poland, 2011
An examination of objects that were lost by their owners. Gathered in the lost-and-found office, that place of ontological oblivion, they create an interesting essay with sound and image.
Production: Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, Poland.doc.

 

Recover & Rebuild: CroydonRebecca Richards, UK, 2011
Story about a small family business, that was hit in the 2011 summer riots in London. The effects are not only tangible for the Patel family, but for the whole Croydon area.
Production: BFI Future Film bursary scheme.

Strong Stories All of us have a story about how we found the strength to overcome an obstacle or to reach a goal. The people in these films found out they were stronger than they thought – in their own way.

Doctor Loco, Anna Snowball and Matthew Kay, UK, 2012
This film dips it’s toes into the life of a street performer from London’s Southbank. Initially about how a street performer could be tempted away from his podium, this touching documentary explores deeper questions of success, failure and aspirations.
Production: British Film Institute 2012.

 

This the Type of Birds (Taki Typ Ptactwa), Małgorzata Goliszewska, Poland, 2011
Mr Zygmunt sells fruit and vegetables in his little booth, a red mobile shop. Surrounded by pigeons, he feeds them and talks to them, which deters many potential clients from coming in, but Mr Zygmunt doesn’t mind. The film follows Mr Zygmunt in his daily routine and observes the difficult relationship between this type of bird and people.
Production: Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, Poland.doc 2011.

Meat and Onions Gang, Mari Shibata, UK/Japan, 2012
A profile of a group of independent working class musicians from London who are fed up with Britain’s coalition government. With an ethos resembling the punk scene under Margaret Thatcher’s government in the 1970s and 1980s, we follow frontman Danny Onion’s journey in creating a musical voice for London’s working class community, who cannot afford the money or time for political activism.
Production: British Film Institute, Future Film, bursary scheme 2012 in partnership with Step2TV.

Jorge, Lucas Tello Pérez, Spain, 2011
A compelling portrait of the Senegalese immigrant ‘Jorge’ who lives in Jerez de la Frontera in Spain. He shares his personal story and a tale his mother told him and his brothers: the differences between cultures are not that big.
Production: ZEMOS98 2011.

 

Pszów, Agata and Monika Zajac, Michalina and Marzena Krakowczyk and others, Poland, 2011
Pszów is a former mining town in Poland. This film portrays the inhabitants and their dreams, fears and values.
Production: Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, as part of Poland Doc 2011.

 

Without Spectator (Bez Widza), Rafał Andrzej Głombiowski, Poland, 2011
Piotr is a young artist who conducts a dialogue with an invisible spectator as he searches for inspiration. The only witness is the camera.
Production: Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, Videonotations 2011.

Enclosure (Kapanım), Akile Nazli Kaya, Czech Republic, 2011
“The depiction of a nightmare caused by religious fanaticism”, as the media-maker puts it. In the absence of words, the video poses some very important and troubling questions. What is religion? What is fanaticism? Who decides what is?
Production: Akile Nazli Kaya 2011.

Body & Soul How do you feel when you look at yourself? Can we draw some immediate consequences regarding the relationship between our body and our soul? We do not develop our  identity all on our own. The people around us, the media and our culture strongly influence it.

Never Too Late to Reach It (Llegando a Todo), Raquel Campuzano Godoy, Spain, 2011
Carmen knows a lot, because she has lived and learned. A tribute to Sevillian women like Carmen, who have suffocated under patriarchal society and were kept invisible in their domestic role. They now have taken the language and made themselves visible with only one goal: to change their lives.
Production: ZEMOS98, 2011.

Faster, Harder, Stronger, Melisa Uneri, Turkey, 2011 
“If you don’t act macho around here, you lose points.” Portrait of young men trying to live up to the expectations of being a man.
Production: Istanbul Digital Culture and Arts Foundation and MODE Istanbul, North Aegean Narratives project 2012.

 

Forget Me Not, Matheus Ortega and Francisco Garrido, UK, 2011
The film follows some remarkable stories of young people as they open their hearts, revealing their darkest memories of the drug-filled lives they have left behind as they recount for us the path that led them to this transformation.
Production: British Film Institute Future Film, bursary awarded for the We The Peoples Film Festival #TweetaPitch competition, 2012.

Relax Club (Klub Relaks), Joanna Kozera, Pola Rożek, Poland, 2011
“Cha cha – one, two, three…” these are the words you can hear in the evening as you walk around the Grochów district in Warsaw. Senior citizens from  community club Relax learn how to dance, led by the charismatic Mr Jacek, a Polish ballroom dancing champion.
Production: Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, Videonotations, 2011.

Let Yourself Go, Bethan Lloyd, UK, 2011
A personal journey to investigate the use of dance in religious, spiritual and secular culture. Director Bethan journeys from hedonism to introspection, through the use of dance. In the process she discovers things about herself that had remained hidden for years.
Production: British Film Institute Future Film, bursary for new documentaries in partnership with BAFTA, 2011.

The Protagonist Without being aware of it, people, places, things or even animals can be the main character of a story. These protagonists are helping other characters to change and to become good again. In everyday life these ‘un-awares’ are the catalysts of change.

Small Things, Lucas Tello, Spain, 2012
Orfeo used his voice to reverse death – in this blackscreen film a whispering voice reverts to this myth to explain the beauty of cinema.
Production: Luca Tello, 2012.

 

 

Astronauts, Jaha Browne and Tara Manandhar, UK, 2012
A gentle exploration into the aspirations of various generations, presented through a series of short interviews conducted along the Southbank area of London.
Production: British Film Institute Future Film, 2012.

 

One of Us (Icimizden Biri), Gamze Akan, Ilgın Aksoy, Sengul Moral, Turkey, 2011
The people of Eskisehir in Turkey talk about a statue, creating stories around it, revealing their own personalities.
Production: MODE Istanbul, 2011.

 

No husband but a pig in Estonia, Sasha Kheyfets, Estonia, 2011
Carolina can think of many reasons why she’d rather live with a pig than with a man.  The love for her pink piglet is unconditional and nothing holds her from living with her Rafi.
Production: Metropolis TV.

 

Just brewed it, we’re waiting for it to settle, Hande Zerkin, Metin Akdemir, Gunes Uyaniker and Gulgun Dedecam, Turkey, 2012
A day at Refik’s Tea House in Izmir, serving its customers fresh tea all day. ‘This place is my child. I devoted my life to it.’
Production: MODE Istanbul, part of the Street Stories Workshop Izmir.

 

Refika, Ozge Deniz Ozker, Turkey, 2012 
A journey that takes place on both sides of the North Aegean, in search of a woman called “Refika”. Her photograph is found on the walls of Adatepe, an old Greek village in Turkey. There are different stories about Refika and her love, Nazmi. Who is this woman and who writes history? Production: Istanbul Digital Culture and Arts Foundation and MODE Istanbul, North Aegean Narratives project.

Political Remix Video is a genre of transformative DIY media production whereby creators critique power structures, deconstruct social myths and challenge dominate media messages through re-cutting and re-framing fragments of mainstream media and the popular culture. These videos were part of a call for political remix videos by ZEMOS98, Seville, Spain April 2012.

Open Your Mouth (Abra la Boca), Montserrat Santalla Gasco, Spain, 2011
A film that focuses on the origins of the Spanish protest movement 15M (15 May) through the news broadcasts of Spanish TV. Their mass media are absolute protagonists, monopolising the supposed “media democracy”. As the only source of information for many people, they are responsible for shaping political views.

Our Dangerous Demands (Occupy remix), Malaventura, Spain, 2011
“Our dangerous demands to governments and markets are…” Oakland police brutality remixed with Judith Butler’s speech “We demand the impossible”.

 

To my Uncle (A mi Tío), Lacasinegra, Spain, 2011

A rapid mixture of images reveals the author’s attempts to communicate with his uncle, someone who is deeply involved in Spanish culture.

 

Glued, Benoit Detalle, Belgium, 2011
A critical look at our recent past as represented by TV news. David Hasselhoff’s “Looking for Freedom” – the famous song that has become the anthem of the celebration of the fall of the Berlin Wall – is the starting point for a critical reflection on the concepts of freedom, war and power.

 

Now, Listen!, Dominik Dušek, Czech Republic, 2011

Compassion is sometimes the fatal capacity for feeling what it is like to live inside somebody else’s skin.

 

 

Auction II (Subasta II), Smalouli, Morocco, 2011
A humorous ‘military video’ in the social context of the second Cold War between East and West. China has awoken, between praise and indignation: an auction of conscience and values.

 

 

The Manufacture of Consent, Enrico Argento, Portugal, 2011
A reflection on honesty and justice. All human beings construct realities in different ways that are common but apparently unrelated. Pain, happiness, justice, effort and anger are just some of the elements that unite people.

 

Illustrated Stories (Cuentos Ilustrados), Pablo Domínguez, Spain, 2011
An unconventional tale and exploration of hypnosis in different social and political circumstances. A political remix video that transforms audiovisual chaos into a new audiovisual discourse.
Production: ZEMOS98, Spain.

 

Dutch Local Heroes Dutch D-I-Y filmmakers put in their best work for Doc Next Dutch Open Screen. A selection of these works is screened in the Mini Cinema. Playlist tba.

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PLAY LISTS

Doc Next films screened before featured IDFA documentaries:

  1. Pszów, Agata and Monika Zajac, Michalina and Marzena Krakowczyk and others, Poland, 2011
  2. Recover & Rebuild: Croydon, Rebecca Richards. London, 2011
  3. No husband but a pig in Estonia, Sasha Kheyfets, Estonia, 2011
  4. Small Things, Lucas Tello, Spain, 2012
  5. Just brewed it, we’re waiting for it to settle, Hande Zerkin, Metin Akdemir, Gunes Uyaniker and Gulgun Dedecam, Turkey, 2012
  6. Astronauts, Jaha Browne and Tara Manandhar, UK, 2012
  7. Enclosure (Kapanım), Akile Nazli Kaya, Czech Republic, 2011
  8. One of Us (Icimizden Biri), Gamze Akan, Ilgın Aksoy, Sengul Moral, Turkey, 2011
  9. Hoodforts, Mile End Community Project, UK, 2011
  10. Without Spectator (Bez Widza), Rafał Andrzej Głombiowski, Poland, 2011

Doc Next films screened daily in the Mini Cinema (Rembrandtplein):

  1. Open Your Mouth (Abra la Boca), Montserrat Santalla Gasco, Spain, 2011
  2. Our Dangerous Demands (Occupy remix), Malaventura, Spain, 2011
  3. To my Uncle (A mi Tío), Lacasinegra, Spain, 2011
  4. Glued, Benoit Detalle, Belgium, 2011
  5. Now, Listen!, Dominik Dušek, Czech Republic, 2011
  6. Auction II (Subasta II), Smalouli, Morocco, 2011
  7. The Manufacture of Consent, Enrico Argento, Portugal, 2011
  8. Illustrated Stories (Cuentos Ilustrados), Pablo Domínguez, Spain, 2011
  9. Hometown Glory, Exposure, UK, 2011
  10. Decision (Decyzja), Monika Jankowska Olejnik, Poland, 2011
  11. Donation Only, Olly Newport, UK, 2012
  12. The Life of Allotments (Działkowcy), Anastazja Kądziela, Poland, 2011
  13. Hoodforts, Mile End Community Project, UK, 2011
  14. Lost Property Office (Biuro Rzeczy Zagubionych), Anna Rok, Agnieszka Kokowska, Poland, 2011
  15. Doctor Loco, Anna Snowball and Matthew Kay, UK, 2012
  16. This the Type of Birds (Taki Typ Ptactwa), Małgorzata Goliszewska, Poland, 2011
  17. Meat and Onions Gang, Mari Shibata, UK/Japan, 2012
  18. Jorge, Lucas Tello Pérez, Spain, 2011
  19. Pszów, Agata and Monika Zajac, Michalina and Marzena Krakowczyk and others, Poland, 2011
  20. Without Spectator (Bez Widza), Rafał Andrzej Głombiowski, Poland, 2011
  21. Enclosure (Kapanım), Akile Nazli Kaya, Czech Republic, 2011
  22. Never Too Late to Reach It (Llegando a Todo), Raquel Campuzano Godoy, Spain, 2011
  23. Faster, Harder, Stronger, Melisa Uneri, Turkey, 2011
  24. Forget Me Not, Matheus Ortega and Francisco Garrido, UK, 2011
  25. Relax Club (Klub Relaks), Joanna Kozera, Pola Rożek, Poland, 2011
  26. Let Yourself Go, Bethan Lloyd, UK, 2011
  27. Refika, Ozge Deniz Ozker, Turkey, 2012
€urovisions, a live cinema performance about migrants chasing a European dream.
€urovisions, a new show by European Souvenirs, is about the way the people who come to Europe chasing the European dream, are portrayed in our media.“It isn’t cinema, a concert or a live broadcast. This sum of many parts is quite incomprehensible until you find yourself in front of it.” – Spanish online newspaper El Diario about the €urovisions premiere.

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We see their pictures on the news, illustrating rhetorics about  the political and economical causes and pre-assumed effects of migration – but what are their names? Why are they here? What are their own personal stories? And why don’t the media bother to report on people’s dreams? Once, we were all migrants.

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€urovisions takes you on a trip in Europe and the homelands of newcomers: Travelling, migrants, nomads, tourists and souvenirs are guiding you through time and history.

€urovisions remixes live cinema and documentary techniques (multiscreen, live music, audiovisual actionism, sampling and cut-ups) into an audiovisual performance.

€urovisions is the second live cinema performance by an international collective of young artists from different European countries: Farah Rahman (the Netherlands), Karol Rakowski (Poland), Noriko Okaku (UK) and Malaventura (Spain). €urovisions is produced in collaboration with Chris Allen and Tim Cowie of the Light Surgeons, and coordinated by ZEMOS98 collective.

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€urovisions is part of Remapping Europe – a Remix Project, an investigative artistic project by Doc Next Network with activities that stem from one underlying principle: re-mixing of media as a method to re-view, re-investigate and re-consider prevailing imagery of migrants in European societies. €urovisions is partly drawing on the material generated in the Remapping Europe workshops.

Please visit  www.europeansouvenirs.eu for booking info, the complete tour schedule and more.

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Naemasite_3Newsflash / latest news

Prior to the show in Eye on 20 May, we present a conversation around ‘Media and Democracy’ with Naema Tahir, a human rights lawyer based in the Netherlands and the Spanish Deputy Director of eldiario.es and journalist Juan Luis Sánchez.

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Our network consists of strategic partnerships with 4 European independent cultural organisations: The Association of Creative Initiatives “ę” (Warsaw, Poland), The Future Film Porgramme of the British Film Institute (London, UK), MODE Istanbul (Istanbul, Turkey) and Zemos98 (Seville, Spain). Via these hubs, In the past two years, Doc Next Network has engaged a broad European community in its activities. Locally active and captured in a digital framework, hundreds of young media-makers, researchers, educators and arts, cultural programmers and policy makers are involved.

“Since 2002, we have been realizing socio-cultural projects all over Poland. We train, give grants, publish books, create and promote new models of activity in the sphere of culture. We carry out projects arising from our passions and the way in which we observe the world. We remain loyal to values, which are important to us: authenticity, high quality of proposals and getting satisfaction out of what we do. We run a network of animateurs in the entire country. We have long time partners. Our experience and skills let us experiment, outline new trends and implement new projects. Our goals are grouped in three themes: Young Creatives Cooperative (an alternative production studio, in which we create good conditions for young creatives to develop); Citizens In Action (a laboratory of socio-cultural projects) and Open Cultural Sector (a think thank creating new solutions for culture).

BFI_FF_MONO_LOGO_GLOW_LANDSCAPE_POSThe Future Film Programme of the British Film Institute (London, UK)

“Future Film is our offer for 15 – 25 year olds. We programme monthly screenings, workshops and events aimed at helping young people develop their skills, learn about their craft and go on to become the next generation of film industry workers. These activities are programmed with guidance from a steering group made up of young people interested in film, who meet weekly.

We also host the annual Future Film Festival, which is 3 days of practical workshops, masterclasses and screenings by industry figures, as well as an opportunity to showcase the work being produced by young filmmakers across the industry, and celebrate their talent.”

Screen Shot 2013-07-09 at 6.06.23 PMMODE Istanbul (Istanbul, Turkey)

“MODE Istanbul is an Istanbul-based film and digital arts initiative producing films, developing projects and organizing media workshops, master classes, screenings, exhibitions and gatherings in selected cities in collaboration with distinguished partners on local and international levels. With a focus on cultural dialogue and exchange of ideas across borders and generations, MODE Istanbul supports talents of various ages and backgrounds, helping them produce, promote and showcase of their media creations. The founding produced the internationally acclaimed digital film festival RESFEST in Turkey (2004-2008) and all StrangerFestival related events (2008-2009).

Screen Shot 2013-07-11 at 12.54.15 PMZEMOS98 (Seville, Spain)

“ZEMOS98 is a team of cultural workers. We try to create critical thinking, we try to deconstruct the mass-media messages, we try to weave networks, relationships and communities. We try to work in the intersections and margins. We try to work (g)locally, behind the borders. We try to take care of our networks and we try to reuse and remix all of our contents. We try to organize a Festival every year and we try to create a New Media Laboratory called 98LAB to learn about this things.
So, basically, we try things.”

 

Our hubs operate within a local context with a transnational outreach. Throughout different projects and temporary partnerships, we have joined forces with many others.

 

 

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url-5Doc Next on Vimeo: Vimeo is an online community for filmmakers who want to share their creative work and personal moments from their lives. Doc Next on Vimeo is moderated by our hubs, who share the works that are made in Doc Next workshops and labs. Our groups also attract individual media-makers who feel at home with our tender-eye documentaries. Join the group or watch the channels.

 

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