One of the earliest Jewish communities in Anatolia is located in Ankara. Its 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 the early 20th century, the community had reached its highest numbers. “Hermana: The Untold History of Ankara’s Jewish Community” tells the untold story of this community through interviews, diaries, and family photographs.
“Hermana” is one of the three finalists in Boston Turkish Film Festival’s documentary and short film competition. This night will be its USA premiere.
Directed by Enver Arcak (2017, 28 minutes).+ More... - Less...
465 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
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