An informative and educational documentary experience with a high pleasure, describing the flamingos in Izmir bird paradise, their life, the opportunities offered by the Gediz delta region and the environmental problems of the area.
Medea Inside is a home-filmed lockdown product directed exclusively remotely with limited means. Medea Inside re-imagines the Euripidean tragedy in minimal domestic settings using theatrical symbolism. The film brings together multiple artistic mediums into an esoteric rendering of Medea’s emotional journey during the decay of her marriage in a foreign land. Distinctive performative narratives, postmodern textures, and original music predominantly inspired by the human body serve a non-logocentric exploration of suffering and vulnerability, challenging Medea’s traditional portrayals and stereotypical projections as constructed through the male gaze. The production draws heavily on humanity’s recent reality of imprisonment and the increase of domestic violence against women during the extended lockdowns.
When Haru is standing on the edge of his childhood he decides that he is not quite ready for the responsibilities that come with adulthood. Instead of facing his fears, he runs away from home to become a samurai in the forrest. At first this adventure seems like the perfect solution to his problems, but when he encounters his long lost father who also decided to become a samurai, Haru may have to confront his fears sooner than expected.