Fifty Years Later ‘Time To Love’ Again

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Fifty Years Later ‘Time To Love’ Again

Sevmek Zamanı’, a 1965 production directed by Metin Erksan, took its place among the restored films.

 Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (MSGSÜ) Prof. The movie, which was restored by the students and faculty members of the Sami Şekeroğlu Cinema-TV Center, was premiered at the same center the previous evening.

Time To Love’ Again

Starring Musfik Kenter and Sema Ozcan, ” Love Time ” tells the story of Halil, the painter, and Meral, the owner of the painting, who fall in love with the woman painting on the wall of the house he started painting. The film, which talks about falling in love with a picture, a form, was not accepted by the cinema operators at the time it was shot, and could not be screened due to its extraordinary cinematic understanding and subject. The production was only made on April 22, 1966 by Prof. Sami Sekeroglu appeared before the audience with a special gala at Club Cinema 7 at the Cinema-TV Center. Time to Love met with the audience again in the same institution in its renewed form after 50 years.

‘Digital data has no guarantees’

The center, which has repaired the films Iç Friends (Memduh Un), Vesikali Yarim (Lutfi O. Akad), Gurbet Kusları (Halit Refig) and Muhsin Bey (Yavuz Turgul) in the past years, was first commissioned by Prof. He renewed Time to Love under the consultancy of Sami Sekerglu. Explaining the restoration process, Prof. Sami Sekerglu Cinema-TV Center Director Prof.

Time To Love Again

Asiye Korkmaz said, “We cleaned the film, which we scanned the original negative in high resolution, into 132,021 frames and cleaned it from dust and scratches. We worked with a team of about 10 people, including our students. However, there is a situation that digitizing films does not mean renewing and saving them. There are no guarantees for digital data, recordings must be re-filmed for the work to survive.” says. Korkmaz, Metin Erksan’The Well’ by Halit Refiğ, ‘The Lady’ and ‘Four Women in the Harem’, ‘Ah Beautiful Istanbul’ by Atıf Yılmaz, ‘The Endless Road’ by Duygu Sekerglu and ‘Yusuf from Kuyucak’ by Feyzi Tuna. gave the good news that it was largely completed.

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