COLONY, RIOTS AND UNHEARD FRAGMENTS OF TIME
A Workshop with Gürcan Keltek hosted by Ludovica Fales
Through his engagement with the physical and affective traces of the past, Gürcan Keltek attempts to capture a fragmented, disappearing reality, to keep it intact. Patterned with echoes, his film creates a visual experience which allows riots, conflicts and shifting political conditions to surface, articulating characters’ inner time in dialogue with the sociopolitical sphere. In this workshop, he discusses the process of making a film about memory, and how the urgency and immediacy of the present might emerge through a focus on unheard fragments of the past.
Workshop hosted by Ludovica Fales.
Ludovica Fales is a film director, programmer and lecturer. She is one of the founders of the London-based Kitchen Sink collective alongside 7 other filmmakers.