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İkizleme Tekniği İle Hayvanların Doğa İle Buluşması


Norveçli fotoğrafçı Andreas Lie, fotoğraflarında ikizleme tekniği (üst üste çekim, double exposure) kullanmış ve Norveç’teki el değmemiş doğayla, içinde yaşayan hayvanların arasındaki sınırı kaldırarak, onları müthiş bir görsellikte birleştirmiş. noch 32 Wörter

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Class consciousness and marriage erode in "Winter Sleep"

Going into this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Nuri Bilge Ceylan seemed like as likely a suspect as any to walk away with laurels. The Turkish director had in past years won the Grand Jury prize, the prize for Best Director, and the Grand Prix prize for his previous film, the poetic “Once Upon A Time in Anatolia.” noch 391 Wörter

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Winter Sleep (2014) - Nuri Bilge Ceylan

A once-famous Turkish actor now divides his time between writing a pompous column for a local newspaper, extolling the ‘improving’ virtues of architecture, and being his beautiful small village’s ‘benevolent’ landlord-dictator, whose henchman does the dirty work of repossessing property. noch 37 Wörter

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Review: Winter Sleep (Ceylan, 2014)

Winter Sleep begins quietly, as do most of Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s films (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia, Uzak). A desolate piece of Anatolian landscape fills the screen, a low-lying mist rising from the ground. noch 837 Wörter

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iOS 8’e güncelleme öncesinde cihazınızı yedeklemeyi unutmayın

Apple iPhone ve iPad için iOS 8 yazılımını bugün yayınlıyor. Güncellemeyi indirmeden önce birtakım önlemler almanız yerinde olacaktır. Güncellemenin Türkiye saatiyle akşam 8 gibi yayınlanması… bu yazının devamı ; … noch 18 Wörter

Review: Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s 2011 Turkish drama Once Upon a Time in Anatolia seems like it was made for me. A glacially slow, wistfully poetic film about finding visual beauty in mundanity (or is it the other way around?) that primarily focuses on the formal elements of film, such as camerawork and editing, at the expense of a conventional narrative, it aims to fill big shoes set out by directors long-gone, but whose mark on the film world is undeniable: Tarkovsky and Antonioni to name the two most obvious. noch 1.729 Wörter

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