OUR BLOOD IS WINE
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The territory of today’s Republic of Georgia is the cradle of wine, where mankind first cultivated grapes and made wine, 8000 years ago; this documentary explores the rebirth of ancient viticultural traditions almost lost during Soviet rule.
Filmmaker Emily Railsback and award-winning sommelier Jeremy Quinn provide intimate access to rural family life in the Republic of Georgia as they explore the rebirth of 8,000-year-old winemaking traditions almost lost during the period of Soviet rule. Using unobtrusive iPhone technology, Railsback brings the voices and ancestral legacies of modern Georgians directly to the viewer, revealing an intricate and resilient society that has survived regular foreign invasions and repeated attempts toView more
$13 Admission, $10 for MFA Members
Receive $3 off each ticket when purchasing full-price tickets to 3 different screenings in the series New Wave Now: Georgia’s Independent Voice. Details at www.tinyurl.com/NewGeorgia
Purchase online or at the door (additional fees apply online and by phone).
465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
Self Parking Options
Visitors to the MFA have three self-parking options: the Huntington Lot, the Fenway Lot, and the Museum Road Garage, all of which have entrances on Museum Road. The Huntington lot offers closer parking to the Huntington Avenue Entrance and the Fenway parking lot is more accessible to the State Street Corporation Fenway Entrance.
All parking facilities have handicap spaces.
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The Museum is committed to accessibility for all visitors. For general access information, call 617-267-9300, or e-mail email@example.com. For program information, call 617-369-3189.
The Museum is committed to accessibility for all visitors. For general access information, call 617-267-9300, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For program information, call 617-369-3189.View less
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