Ottoman Cinema Workshop
Saturday, May 4, 2019
In this workshop, cinema periodicals published in the late Ottoman era, like Temâşâ, Sinema Mecmuası, Ferah, Artistik Sine ve Sinema Postası, and archival documents ad rem will be latinized. Then, a terminological index consists of names and concepts will be drawn based on those documents.
Main goal of the project is to inscribe records of aforementioned texts to TSA (Turkish Cinema Studies) database.
Workshop will be conduct by Ayşe Yılmaz. It is going to be heldtwice in a month.
Participants are expected to meet certain qualifications below:
1. Regular attendance
2. Being acquainted/informed/familiar/ with cinema
You can apply the workshop below the link till February 15th, 2019.
THE APPLICATION TIME HAS BEEN ENDED.
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