Boston Turkish Film and Music Festival4th ANNUAL BOSTON TURKISH FILM FESTIVAL SM
April 1 - April 10, 2005


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North America Premiere

This year's Festival pays tribute to the masters of Turkish Cinema with The Ten Best Turkish Films of all times with the first screening of this film series in North America. The Ten Best Turkish Films were determined by a poll by the prestigious Ankara Cinema Association, starting with the 1964 production, Dry Summer by Metin Erksan, and leading up to Nuri Bilge Ceylan's award-winning 2003 release, Distant.

Dry Summer|Susuz Yaz

Friday, April 1

6:15pm DRY SUMMER | Susuz Yaz

8pm THE GIRL WITH THE RED SCARF | Selvi Boylum Al Yazmalim

Mr. Muhsin|Muhsin Bey

Saturday, April 2

11am THE BRIDE | Gelin

1pm  Mr. MUHSIN | Muhsin Bey


Sunday, April 3

10:30am Director in Focus: Reha Erdem - What's a Human Anyway? | Insan Nedir ki?
What's Human Anyway?| Insan Nedir ki?

Friday, April 8

6pm HOPE | Umut

8pm MOTHERLAND HOTEL | Anayurt Oteli

Saturday, April 9

1:20pm THE HERD | Suru

3:45pm INNOCENCE | Masumiyet

The Road|Yol

Sunday, April 10

1pm THE ROAD | Yol

3:15pm DISTANT | Uzak

For more information about the films and directors, 
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Co-presented by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

All films are in Turkish with English subtitles; 35mm.
All films will be screened at Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston. Click here for directions.

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This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a municipal agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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