On this evening directors Ceylan Özgün Özcelik & Zeynep Dadak are visiting Wolf for a double bill screening of their films The Blue Wave (Mavi Dalga) and Inflame (Kaygi).
There will be a introduction to the films and Q&A after each film with the directors. Join us for a special evening, where you get the opportunity to see two great films!
The Blue Wave by Zeynep Dadak & Merve Kayan was in Berlinale Generation 14Plus in 2014 for its international premiere. Inflame by Ceylan Özgün Özçelik was in Berlinale Panorama Special in 2017 for its world premiere.
Özçelik and Dadak are artists-in-residence for 2018 at Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg.
6.00pm Introduction to the evening with Zeynep and Ceylan
6.00pmScreening of The Blue Wave
7.40pm Q&A with Zeynep Dadak
8.30pm Introduction and screening of Inflame
10.00pm Q&A with Ceylan Özgün Özçelik
The Blue Wave (Mavi Dalga)
Director: Zeynep Dadak, Merve Kayan , with Ayris Alptekin, Onur Saylak, Baris Hacihan, Türkei 2013, 100 minuten, Türkisch mit englischen Untertiteln
Deniz and her friends have been apart for the summer and have much to tell each other. The senior boys grew tall, new albums were released, and the natural gas pipeline finally arrived in Balıkesir. Yet, the anxieties of university plans remain. When school resumes, Deniz gets closer with her friend Kaya while also growing interested in Fırat, the school counselor. She wants to prove that what she is feeling is not “the usual.” She desires a life different from her friends and parents. A song no one has heard, a hopeless love, solitude... Ankara instead of Istanbul, social sciences over natural sciences... A different world, but where exactly?
Director: Ceylan Özgün Özçelik, with Ayris Alptekin, Nihan Asici, Taner Birsel, Türkei 2017, 94 minuten, Türkisch mit englischen Untertiteln
We forget everything, except for our nightmares.
A news channel employee Hasret, has been seeing the same nightmare for quite some time. Through recurring nightmares, a question creeps into her mind: Is it possible that her parents were not killed in a traffic accident twenty years ago but have died in some other, horrific way.