Dir. Lawrence Blume (92min, USA, 2012)
Judy Blume will join us for a post screening conversation via Skype.
This screening is supported by The Helen and Milton Covensky Fund, which helps the DCJCC present a number of unique cultural programs throughout the year.
Judy Blume has written (so far) 28 books, sold over 85 million copies, and won more than 90 writing awards, including in 2000 the Library of Congress Living Legends award. The first of Judy Blume’s books to be translated to film, Tiger Eyes stars Willa Holland (Gossip Girl, The O.C.) as a teenager grappling with the sudden loss of her father. Crippled by grief, her mom moves the family to New Mexico to stay with her sister. Shell-shocked and culture-shocked, Davey befriends a wise, sexy Native American young man who helps her through this difficult time.
Followed by a conversation with Director Lawrence Blume.
Presented as part of the Hyman S.& Freda Bernstein Jewish Literary Festival.
Special Girls’ Night Out reception before the screening. Relive your favorite Judy Blume moments over a glass of wine with friends. RSVP HERE.