Session 1 - Performative 'healing' and/in Rehana Zaman’s Sharla Shabana Sojourner Selena
Session 1 - Healing the archived and the unarchived
Session 2 - Writing Histories through First-Person Narratives, Healing through Listening and Montage: ZAHIR
Watch: Zahir, Constituent of a Two-Channel Video Installation; 11'24''; 2018; Germany Turkish with English and German Subtitles
ENG Stl: https://vimeo.com/276593191 PW: borges
DE Utl: https://vimeo.com/307739642 PW: borges
Session 3 - Healing by conjuring Chekhov's THE BLACK MONK
Marylou Bongiorno & Jerome Bongiorno
To read the short story and learn
more about the film:
Session 3 - FilmMedicine
Child Carer. Mai Trans
The daughter, directing for the first time, grew up with a mentally ill mother, and uses the camera to explore their relationship. Focussing on moments normally overlooked, eating, knitting, walking, weeping, allow the film-maker to recognise the paradoxical joy and generosity of the relationship.
Brain Storm. Emily Beaney https://vimeo.com/425508930
A young woman uses multi- sensory methods to bring us inside her experience of epilepsy.
Scarred body. Eleni Evangeliou
What stories do our body scars tell of our lives, to our relationships?
Film Talk: Surpassing Disaster
Joana Hadjithomas in conversation with Pelin Tan
Moderator: Ahmet Gürata
Joana Hadjithomas’ film ISMYRNA (2016) will be available on (vimeo….) during May 31st & June 1st. You can also read Pelin Tan’s article on ISMYRNA at: https://www.e-flux.com/journal/118/394936/surpassing-disaster-haunted-by-an-imaginary-smyrna/
Pelin Tan, “Surpassing Disaster: Haunted by an Imaginary Smyrna.” e-flux 118, May 2021.
Etel Adnan: Impossible Homecoming, Pera Museum (April 6 - August 8, 2021), 3D Virtual Tour.
Session 6 - Affective stories, fragmented memories: a documentary on the posmemory of Italian immigration in Brazil
Kátia Hallak Lombardi
Link to the documentary (audio in Portuguese, subtitles in Italian): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWrNiAX7yoE
Poetics of compassion: Visual poetry and co-creation in virtual opening spaces as self-care and community-care
Corona Haikus curated website: https://coronahaikus.com
Corona Haikus facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/226094118756231/
Interview / Podcast with Sandra Gaudenzi and Sandra Tabares Duque on Kammerfilmmern & Mediales Rauschen: https://kammerflimmern.podigee.io/b10-corona-haikus