1. In his installation, reverse of volume RG, Yasuaki Onishi uses the simplest materials — plastic sheeting and black hot glue — to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float inside of Rice University Art Gallery. Learn more about the Artist at onys.net. Learn more about the filmmakers at WalleyFilms.com. Music by ChrisZabriskie.com. Visit RiceGallery.org. Photo Credit: Nash Baker

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  2. Tokludede district in Istanbul, Turkey is suffering from urban regeneration projects that are maintained across different parts of city. The area is one of the most important part of the city because of its historical and architectural background. This project is destroying all values of area wantonly and disrespectfully. People living here are exposed to forced eviction. The municipality cut off the electricity and water service of the houses around the area. People living here has no economic power to move their houses. The government offers homeowners to buy a house which is out of the city centre and insufficient to live in. For tenants who live there, there is no programme for having another house. Most of the people that were used to live there, left the city. The others accepted the offer of government and moved to periphery. Lastly, a few family is still fighting against this forced eviction.
    This short documentary is created during the Urban Dreams Workshop that was hosted by The Chamber of Architects of Turkey. For now, the english subtitle is not available.

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    Istanbul'daki Tokludede mahallesi, şehrin farklı yerlerinde de yürütülen kentsel dönüşüm projeleriyle uğraşıyor. Bölge tarihi ve mimari özellikleriyle şehrin önemli bölgelerinden biri. Yürütülmeye başlanan proje bölgenin tüm değerlerini umarsızca ve saygısızca yok ediyor. Burada yaşayan insanlar zorla göçe itiliyor. Belediye, bölgedeki evlerin elektriklerini ve sularını kesti. Diğer belediye hizmetleri de büyük ölçüde yerine getirilmiyor. Burada yaşayan insanların ise başka bir yere taşınmak için yeterli ekonomik güçleri bulunmuyor. Devlet, ev sahiplerine şehrin çeperlerinde bulunan ve yaşamak için yeterince uygun olmayan TOKİ konutlarında ev satın alma programı sunuyor. Bölgedeki kiracılar için ise herhangi bir ev satın alma programı bulunmuyor. Burada yaşayan insanların büyük bir bölümü şehri terk etmek zorunda kaldı. Diğerleri ise devletin teklifini kabul edip şehrin periferi bölgelerine taşındı. Son olarak burada kalan birkaç aile ise halen bu zorla göç karşısında direniyor. Bu kısa belgesel, Mimarlar Odası İstanbul Büyükkent Şubesi'nin ev sahipliği yaptığı Kent Düşleri Atölyesi süresince yapıldı.

    Yönetmen / Director : Emircan Soksan
    İkinci Kamera / Second Camera : Ahmet Demir
    Dış Ses / Voice Over : Canset Er
    Metin / Script : Zeynep Bıyık
    Müzik / Music : Tycho - Dictaphones Lament
    Teşekkürler / Thanks to : Kent Düşleri Atölyesi, Tokludede Grubu / Urban Dreams Workshop - The members of Tokludede Studio - Atölye yürütücüleri / Workshop Executives: Ayşe Mücella Yapıcı, Zeynep Bıyık, Eser Yağcı, Ahmet Sıtkı Demir, İlkay Yasin Çekin. - Türkiye Mimarlar Odası İstanbul Büyükkent Şubesi / The Chamber of Architects of Turkey.

    2012

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  3. Yapımcı/Producer: Imre Azem
    Yönetmen/Director: Nejla Osseiran
    Kurgu/Editing: Mesut Ulutaş
    Müzik/Music: Cafer Ozan Türkyılmaz & Barış Yerli
    Yapım/Production: Kibrit Film
    Süre/Running time: 8 dk/min
    Yılı/Year: 2011

    Özet/Synopsis:
    "Nerede yaşarsan yaşa!"
    Türkiye’de ‘Kentsel Dönüşüm’ 2000’li yılların başlarında hız kazanan bir süreçtir. Kentin eski yerleşim alanlarını ve kültürel mirasını korumak bahanesiyle başlatılmıştır.
    İstanbul’un tarihi merkezinde bulunan ve eski bir Osmanlı mahallesi olan Tokludede, yıkılma tehlikesi altında bulunan 50 mahalleden biri. Yenileme alanı ilan edildiğinden bu yana orada oturanların çoğu taşınmak zorunda kalmışlardır. Bazıları ise hala direniyor.

    "Don't care where you live!"
    In Turkey, the process of ‘Urban Transformation’ has been gaining momentum since the 2000’s. It started with the excuse of protecting the old settlements and cultural heritage areas.
    Tokludede, an old Ottoman neighborhood in the historical center of Istanbul, is one of about 50 neighborhoods under threat of demolition. After it was declared a renewal area, most of the residents have been forced to leave. Some are still resisting.

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  4. Over than 3500 km traveled in 20 days, capturing landscapes from the bluish tones of Pamukkale to the warm ones of Cappadocia, the all passing by a great variation of colors, lights and weathers through six other cities.
    I've crossed Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Istanbul, Konya; and tasted baklava, kunefe, doner, the turkish tea; and got the chance to meet the soul of Turkey, its people.. and got their smiles and their hospitality.
    This is Turkey lived by me from north to south, and I hope you enjoy it :)

    Directed and edited by Leonardo Dalessandri
    Music: "Experience" by Ludovico Einaudi
    
Voice off: Meryem Aboulouafa

    I have a new page on Facebook: 
facebook.com/leonardolucadalessandri
    You can like it, share it, or just have a look at it :)

    Watch my previous work "Watchtower Of Morocco": vimeo.com/66659080

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  5. Video made as part of my final project assignment.
    Presentation of the work of the famous architect Le Corbusier using motion design. The animations and the voice over provide informations on Le Corbusier and allow to discover his theories, his buildings and his graphic universe differently.

    Concept & Motion Design - Alix Bossard
    Voice Over - Didier Bossard
    Music - Arvee & El Granto
    Thanks to - Didier Bossard & Axel Vanlerberghe

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