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Westchester Jewish Film Festival 2014


Apr 2, 2014 to Apr 10, 2014


The Westchester Jewish Film Festival features screenings of

Simon Schama: The Story of the Jews (April 1, followed by a Q&A with Simon Schama)

The Last of the Unjust (April 1)

Friends from France (April 2, 5)

The Third Half (April 2, 5, followed by a discussion on April 2) 

My German Friend (April 2, 4, 6)

For a Woman (April 3)

Six Million and One (April 3)

 Aftermath (April 3, 5, 9, followed by a reception and Q&A with Ewa Junczyk-Ziomecka, Consul General of Poland, on April 3)

 Out in the Dark (April 4, 7)

 The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers (April 4)

Aya with Wherever You Go (April 4)

Eagles (April 4, 8)

The Strange Case of Wilhelm Reich (April 5, 6)

Ida (April 5, 8)

A Tribute to Arik Einstein (April 6, with live music, film clips, and a conversation with David Homan and Dean Movshovitz)

Jews and Money (April 6, followed by a Q&A with René-Pierre Azria, chairman of AJC France)

Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did for Love (April 7, followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Dori Bernstein, widow Terre Blair Hamlisch, and other guests)

 Closed Season (April 7)

The Last White Knight (April 8, 10, followed by a reception and Q&A with Rabbi A. James Rudin on April 8)

Sukkah City (April 9, followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Jason Hutt)

Holy Ground: Woody Guthrie’s Yiddish Connection (April 9, with presentation by Nora Guthrie)

The Sturgeon Queen (April 10, followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Julie Cohen and other guests). 

The Center screens these films as part of its "Westchester Jewish Film Festival" series. Jacob Burns Film Center, Pleasantville (914-747-5555; burnsfilmcenter.org).


Jacob Burns Film Center
Pleasantville, NY

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