Hacked By Imam
Hacked By Imam
Title: Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theater
Running time: 48 minutes
Film genre: Documentary
Language: Turkish, English (with English subtitles)
Production: Emek Bizim İstanbul Bizim initiative
Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theater chronicles one of the most prominent struggles that took place in the heart of Istanbul and paved the way to the Gezi Resistance. It tells the struggle around Emek Theater, which is demolished against people’s consent and common good, and turned into a shopping mall, through the eyes of the activists and spectators. The film consists of the footage people who joined the struggle collected, and in this sense, aims to reflect the commonimagination of the people who defended their right to the city. It carries the idea of a new publicness that gained visibility with the Gezi Resistance to the cinema screen through a political mobilization for cinema itself.
The makers will be there for q&a and we will facilitate a collective discussion afterwards.
Bio of Emek Bizim İstanbul Bizim:
Emek Bizim İstanbul Bizim is an initiative that was formed in 2010 to organize demonstrations and events against the demolition of Emek Movie Theater in Beyoglu, Istanbul. Since 2013, the initiative collected video and sound recordings of the demonstrations, made by activists and various filmmakers, which then turned into the documentary Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theater.
Final Exhibition party
Experimntal Photography Workshops
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Recently there was a squatting action in Gouda, to which the police reacted by immediately evicting the building. This is the second time that they have shown this absurd amount of police oppression in the last few months. So it’s time for some solidarity!
We’re raising some money for legal costs, and also just to be able to keep up the fight with our comrades in Gouda.
Come and enjoy a VoKu at 19:00,
The Anarchist quiz show
Bivak Boys Are performing
DJ’s Bray King & Barri Kees Sjon are playing a set.
Aanstaande woensdag vertonen we met Radost in het Spinhuis de Servische film Ko To Tamo Peva (met als Engelse titel Who’s Singing over There). Daarmee is het de eerste van de reeks Slavische filmavonden die we dit jaar organiseren!
Ko To Tamo Peva is een zwarte komedie uit 1980 onder regie van Slobodan Šijan en geeft met een enigszins grimmig absurdisme een beeld van Servië ten tijde van de bombardementen op Belgrado. De film volgt een bus vol met compleet verschillende figuren vanaf het platteland op weg naar de hoofdstad. Maar oorlog dreigt, en dit heeft zijn uitwerking op de reizigers, wat subtiel en soms minder subtiel naar voren komt.
Ko To Tamo Peva heeft meerdere internationale prijzen gewonnen en is verkozen tot beste Servische film van de periode 1947-1995 – niet voor niets.
Toegang is gewoon gratis, maar het Spinhuis wordt geheel gerund door studenten die vrijwilligen, en een kleine donatie wordt op prijs gesteld!
Tot ziens onder de brug op 28 september! (Het Spinhuis vind je dus achter het PC Hoofthuis, onder de brug bij die steiger.)
ps. BYOP (Bring Your Own Popcorn)
Saturday, September 24th. Benefit and screening of documentary: Climbing Walls, Making Bridges: Capoeira, Parkour and Becoming Oneself in Turin (documentary, 32 mins.). Screening followed by Q&A with cast and crew. Doors and bar open at 7pm. Screening at 8pm.
“Climbing Walls, Making Bridges”is a thirty-two minute collective narrative. The story-tellers are eight young men who practice capoeira and parkour in the public spaces of Turin (Italy), and who narrate the city through their voices, eyes and movements. The project started as a “creative” instrument of ethnographic research, and evolved into an opportunity for co-constructing a participated narration, which involved a total of eleven people (eight participants, and three producers) for eighteen months of work. This narrative articulates several individual stories that cannot be separated from their social, political, and historical context, and through these stories, it addresses migration, belonging and the daily negotiation of meaning and identity in multicultural/
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This week, the Spinhuis celebrates it’s 1 year anniversary!
A year ago, the Spinhuis Collectief squatted the space underneath the Torensluis brigde to provide Amsterdam – and especially the student community – with a true autonomous and political space in the city center. A lot has happened since, and we are proud to celebrate it’s 1 year anniversary with you this Saturday!
After a summer of thorough renovations, the dungeon welcomes you to its dark and mysterious cellars again. This time to celebrate it’s history, revival and plans for the future. Wheter you want to drink a beer feeling nostalgic, contrive plans for future acts of resistance, dance or simply chill at the bar: you are all welcome to properly celebrate the 1 year anniversary with us…
// There will be bands, DJ’s and surprise acts. Free entrance.
Friday 26th of August 20:00
Affect theory is an exciting and emergent means of understanding ourselves as humans above and beyond the constraints of rational thought.
Affect is a pre-cognitive function that shapes perception at a fundamental level. Affect connects mind and body, the two work in harmony instantaneously to direct a specific type of action in response to a specific instance. The mind creates an affective reaction that is realized within the body. Affects are so convincing because more than considered, they are felt. Affect is created in everything we experience in day-to-day life, established and encouraged through familiarity and convention.
Existing conceptualizations of affect face limitations, but incorporating key ideas from the Frankfurt School can offer form and purpose to affect, which in turn works to breathe new life into Critical Theory.
The evening will consist of a brief lecture and an open discussion. The focus will surround the role affect plays in contemporary politics in the West.
Peter Zuurbier is a PhD student in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. His forthcoming book, co-written with Frédérik Lesage, is coming out in the next few weeks through Peter Lang Publishing. It is entitled: ‘Masamune’s Blade: A Proposition for Dialectic Affect Research’.
The book involves both the development of a dialectic conceptualization of affect theory that combines the work of Deleuze and Guattari with the ideas of the Frankfurt School, and an accompanying research method that attends to the unique qualities of affect.