Some of the best films you'll never see anywhere else are
being programmed by ArtsEmerson at the Paramount Center.
Turkish director Metin Erksan's Dry Summer (1964) is a drama about
two brothers whose conflict results in desperate water deprivation for a
community. More agricultural hardship is on hand in Agrarian Utopia (2009), Thai director Uruphong Raksasad's documentary
about an idyllic and endangered way of life. The Paramount is at 559 Washington
St, Boston | Agrarian Utopia:
October 22 @ 7 pm + October 23 @ 9 pm; Dry
Summer: October 22 @ 9:30 pm + October 23 @ 7 pm | $10 per film; $5
students | 617.824.8000 or artsemerson.org.