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  COEN BROTHERS: DOUBLE TAKE
July 22 - August 3

4 films over 2 weeks – The Big Lebowski, A Serious Man, No Country for Old Men, and Blood Simple.

A double feature every day except Mondays and Fridays. Two films for one admission price!


KAZABLAN - Tu B'Av Romantic Comedy Night
Tuesday, August 12, 7:30 pm

Celebrate the Israeli day of Love with a glass of wine and a romantic comedy!   

This Israeli West Side Story unfolds when Kazablan, a dark Sephardic Jew, takes time out from hassling the poverty-stricken tenants of the Jaffa ghetto to court the fair-skinned Rachel, an Ashkenazi Jew


  A PLACE IN HEAVEN
Tuesday, August 19, 7:30 pm

This quasi-Biblical, epic drama spans the history of Israel through 40 years and three wars.

THE GREEN PRINCE
Tuesday, August 26, 7:30 pm

Audience Award Winner, Sundance Film Festival. As a defiant teenager growing up in Palestine, Mosab Hassan Yousef’s fervor against Israel was unquestionable, ultimately landing him in prison. Shaken by Hamas’s brutality within the prison’s walls, he saw Hamas for the extreme threat it really is, and decided to work with Shin Bet to help bring them down.


 
 
   
BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE
Sunday, September 7, 11:00 am

A satirical comedy concerning two couples caught up in the sexual revolution of the late '60s.

THE GIFT TO STALIN
Tuesday, September 9, 7:30 pm

The heartwarming tale of a young orphaned Jewish boy sent into exile during a Stalinist purge, only to be saved by a Muslim man. Set against the sweeping beauty of the Kazakh steppes.

LIFE ACCORDING TO AGFA
Sunday, September 14, 11:00 am

The film centers on a Tel Aviv pub and its multicultural clientele; after a group of chauvinist soldiers are kicked out one evening, the unintended consequences are greater than anyone could have imagined.

YENTL
Tuesday, September 16, 7:30 pm

Barbra Streisand's directorial debut is a musical adaptation of a story by the beloved Jewish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer. Yentl is a young woman who wants nothing more than to study religious scripture.

THE LINEUP
Sunday, September 21, 11:00 am

In this classic film noir directed by the legendary Don Seigel, Eli Wallach shines as psychopathic gangster in San Francisco who uses unsuspecting travelers to traffic heroin. When one of the deliveries goes awry, a cop gets killed, throwing the police into action.

RUN, BOY, RUN
Tuesday, September 30, 7:30 pm

A superlative saga of courage and compassion that tells the extraordinary true story of a Polish boy who seeks the kindness of others in his solitary struggle to outlast the Nazi occupation and keep alive his Jewish faith.

DIPLOMACY
Tuesday, October 7, 7:30 pm

As the Allies march toward Paris in the summer of 1944, Hitler gives orders that the French capital should not fall into enemy hands, or if it does, then ‘only as a field of rubble.’ The person assigned to carry out this barbaric act is General Dietrich von Choltitz, who already has mines planted on the Eiffel Tower, in the Louvre and Notre Dame and on the bridges over the Seine.

HAVANA CURVEBALL
Tuesday, October 14, 7:30 pm

An earnest kid, Mica took to heart his Rabbi’s requirement to help “heal the world.” Imagining himself a savior of sorts, he launches a grand plan to send baseballs to Cuba, a country with a mysterious pull.

FIFTH HEAVEN
Thursday, October 23, 7:30 pm

 It's 1944. Deserted by her parents 13-year-old Maya is deposited at an orphanage for Jewish girls on the outskirts of Tel Aviv. The trauma of war shows in the faces of the malnourished girls and lonely routines of their adult supervisors who await liberation from personal and national isolation.
FOOTSTEPS IN JERUSALEM
Tuesday, November 4, 7:30 pm

Considered by MoMA as one of the most innovative films of 2013, Footsteps in Jerusalem is an anthology of ten short films that collectively offer an evocative portrait of the city—its diversity, complexity, and rapid transformation.

RUE MANDAR
Wednesday, November 19, 7:30 pm

Take a traditional Jewish funeral whose rituals no one can quite recall. Mix in a Yiddishkeit setting in a predominantly Sephardic Jewish community. Add one of the most beautiful cities in the world as your location, and top it off with a terrific ensemble cast.


 
 
   
ZERO MOTIVATION
Tuesday, December 2, 7:30 pm

The human resources office at a remote desert base serves as the setting for this cast of characters who bide their time pushing paper and battling in computer games, counting down the minutes until they can return to civilian life.