Boston Turkish Film Festival


Entropi | Entropy

4:00 pm

Boston University
GSU Auditorium
775 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston

In Competition

Directed by Mizgin Müjde Arslan
Short / 10' 44"/ 2017

Cast: Esra Uğurlu, Gulaga Aslan

Free admission. Advance registration required.

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Solin is a pregnant Kurdish woman living in London with her old dad. Her dad gets lost without a word of English. Solin is chasing after the only thing he managed to describe: a clock tower. The search slowly reveals traumas from their recent history.


Mizgin Müjde Arslan was born in a small village near Mardin, situated in eastern Turkey. Having worked as a journalist for six consecutive years, she began to shoot her own short films and documentaries, which focus mainly on women, the elderly and immigrants. She received various national and international awards with her first short film,“Lîstika Dawî” (The Last Game, 2006). Her first feature documentary, “Ez Firiyam Tu Mayî Li Cî” (I Flew, You Stayed, 2012) has won a number of awards, including the Turkish Association of Film Critics, Documentary of the Year (2013) and Mirella Galetti Award in Italy in 2014. Her latest short film, Asya (2013) won a Jury Special Award in the Atıf Yılmaz Short Film Festival. The short film called “Houses with Small Windows” that
she co-wrote and acted in was selected for Official Competition at the Venice Film Festival (2013) and won the European Short Film Award as well as many other awards.



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