This televisieavond demands modes of transport the main role. Mainly cars, but also four camels.
1 BACK TO THE FUTURE
Caz, 20.40-22.40 pm
Indestructible cheerful sciencefictionklassieker, with, made for the however, matte grey Delorean, perhaps the first self-propelled car in the history of cinema. Or no, that was Herbie, the Rabid Beetle.
2 TAXI TEHRAN
NPO 2, 23.05-0.25 hours
The Iranian director Jafar Panahi, is a thorn in the side of the regime. He sat for a time in prison, and was for twenty years a filmverbod. Panahi excluded that this sympathetic pseudodocumentaire: he drove around in a taxi and filmed with a hands-free dashcam cheerful conversations with his customers.
3 DAWN OF THE DRIVERLESS CAR
Canvas, 20.30-21.25 hours
Good BBC report about the advantages and disadvantages of the self-propelled car. A benefit would already have been: Jafar Panahi would not be a hands-free dashcam to capture conversations with his taxiklanten filming.
Canvas, 21.25-23.15 hours
Robyn Davidson is her urban life kotsbeu. She leaves her safe environment of steel and concrete, and trades that in for sand and scorching heat. With four camels and a faithful dog venture on a journey of 2,500 km through the Australian desert. Based on a true story.
5. BRUSSELS ’58: LA NOUVELLE CAPITALE
RTBF La Une, 22.35-23.45 hours
On april 17, 1958 open the world exhibition in Brussels. The whole world is set on 200 acres in various futuristic pavilions her best foot forward. The crown jewel of the expo, the Atomium, is still at the Heysel. Not only the exhibition site transforms of presence, Brussels is changing at a fast pace in a city made to measure of the modern world.