Boston Turkish Film Festival

HERMANA

Hermana


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2017
5:00 pm

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Alfond Auditorium
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston

In Competition

Directed by Enver Arcak
Doc. / 28 min. / 2017

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One of the earliest Jewish communities in Anatolia was located in Ankara. Their history goes back to the 2nd Century BC. After the migrations in the 15th Century from Spain and Portugal, and later from Germany and other European countries in early 20th Century,  the community had reached its highest numbers in the city. The documentary portrays the untold story of the community through interviews with the community members who migrated from Ankara to İstanbul, or to Israel.

SELECTED FESTIVALS AND AWARDS

  • Ankara International Film Festival Documentary Competition

ENVER ARCAK

Hakan Dursun

 

Enver Arcak (Ankara, 1977)  is an independent researcher. He studied Art History in Bilkent University. He attended film making and video production classes during his university years and continued with related courses and workshops after his graduation. His articles on urban culture and cinema are published in “Solfasol Newspaper” and his own blog “Aklına Estikçe”.

 

 

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