CHLOTRUDIS SOCIETY FOR INDEPENDENT FILM at the BOSTON JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL: ARMY OF CRIME
The Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film (CSIF) is pleased to be part of the 22nd annual Boston Jewish Film Festival, one of New England’s longest-lived and most acclaimed film festivals. Chlotrudis will be a Community Partner for the screening of ARMY OF CRIME (L’ARMEE DU CRIME) on Saturday November 6th, at the Musuem of Fine Arts in Boston. Set in 1943, ARMY OF CRIME depicts a legendary chapter in the story of the French resistance during World War II. Missak Manouchian, a poet who was his family’s sole survivor of the Armenian genocide, becomes a leader of a cell of resistance fighters (many of the Jewish and/or Communist) that organizes to take down top Nazi officials The film contrasts the love Missak shares with his devoted wife, against the ways and means by which he decides he must choose violence as a way to secure his and his loved ones’ futures. It will be shown on 11/6 at 7pm at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Individual tickets are $12 ($11 students, seniors, members).
For the complete schedule of films and film events of the Boston Jewish Film Festival, check its website at http://www.bjff.org/festival/schedule. Chlotrudis is proud for the opportunity once again to support the Boston Jewish Film Festival, a long-lived and important pillar of the Boston independent film community. BJFF is one of several local and regional film festivals or special film events Chlotrudis has partnered with and supported, for over a decade, as part of its mission to bring more independent films to the attention of independent-minded film audiences.