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Reha Erdem

(arkı Söyleyen Kadınlar)
Duration: 122 mins
Country of Origin: Turkey, 2013
Turkish Film Festival
Director: Reha Erdem


Jan 24 04:45 pm

In Turkish auteur Reha Erdem’s genre-defying film Singing Women a group of distressed women struggle with their tribulations, united by extraordinary reserves of energy, courage, hope and faith. As the women transform their tragedy with songs of rebellion and life, they also infect the frustrated, never grown-up child Adem with the joys of being human. The film follows them throughout their inspiring, humanistic journeys into the different dimensions of existence.

Yılmaz Erdoğan

(Kelebeğin Rüyası)
Duration: 111 mins
Country of Origin: Turkey, 2013
Turkish Film Festival
Director: Yılmaz Erdoğan


Jan 25 09:15 pm

Turkey’s 2014 Oscar Submission for Best Foreign Language Film. centers on two friends, Muzaffer (Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ) and Rüştü (Mert Fırat), both young aspiring poets in 1940s Turkey. The arrival of Suzan (Belçim Bilgin), the beautiful and affluent new girl in town, prompts them to wage a bet. Each will pen a poem and submit it blindly for the girl to make her choice. As the friends both start falling for Suzan, they must also endure the problems of disease, poverty and compulsory work in the mines at the time of the Second World War. Based on a true story.

"A sumptuously mounted and well-acted period drama… The idea that love and poetry feed off of each other is illustrated beautifully." Boyd van Hoeij, Hollywood Reporter

"With its lively pace… likable performers and lush picture-postcard look, The Butterfly’s Dream is to poetry what Titanic was to nautical disasters." Dennis Harvey, Variety

"Irresistibly lyrical." Indiewire

Richard Eyre

Duration: 180 mins
Country of Origin: GB, 2011
The Royal Opera House presents...
Director: Richard Eyre

Richard Eyre’s produciton of Verdi’s masterpiece has been one of the most successful opera stagings in the long and celebrated history of the Royal Opera House. We present the original, definitive incarnation of that production, starring the incomparable Renee Fleming as the ill-fated courtesan Violetta, oppose Joseph Calleja as Alfredo and Thomas Hapson as his unyielding father.

Tickets $22