The Imaginary Marble (Hayal Bilyesi) by Tugce Özdenoglu (2012, 14 min.). Eight-year-old Hasan discovers his glass marble set tells the future. After he hides his marbles in the backyard at night, he realizes that a day changes everything.
The Lament (Agit) by Aydin Ketenag (2012, 31 min.). An investigative work which explores the relationship between man and nature as four people try to reconnect with life after the death of a loved one.
Vanished into Blue (Buhar) by Abdurrahman Öner (2012, 12 min.). A troubled marrage is explored in this observational drama.
Cacaphony (Kakafoni) by Murat Düzgünoglu and Vuslat Saracoglu (2012, 10 min.).Two teens, Ihsan and Mahmut, break into a luxury flat. While Ihsan looks for high-value items that are light to carry, Mahmut wastes his time eating food. But as Ihsan is ready to leave, something catches his eye.
Bread (Ekmek) by Koray Sevindi (2012, 8 min.). Every morning a loaf of bread is mysteriously missing from the storeroom at the children’s protection agency.
Silent (Be Deng / Sessiz) by L. Rezan Yesilbas (2012, 15 min.). Set in the aftermath of the 1980 Turkish coup d’état, the film strays from heavy-handed politics and focuses the stories of the “silent” women. Zeynep visits her husband in prison, but she only speaks Kurdish, a language forbidden in the prisons of that era. Winner of Palme d’Or for Short Films at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Boston Turkish Festival Film Competition Finalists
7:45 pm - 9:15 pm
Remis Auditorium, 161
- $9MFA members, seniors, and students
- $11Nonmembers Ticket Purchase Required
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