WJFF SUMMER REDUX

Join us for a day of festival favorites including both the Narrative and Documentary Audience Award Winners from the 2014 WJFF.

  AFTERMATH
Dir. Władysław Pasikowski (104min, Poland/Holland/Russia/Slovakia, 2013)
In Polish with English Subtitles, Narrative


A tense and gripping thriller, the story of two brothers: Jozek and Franek, who discover a terrible secret and are forced to revise their perception of their father, their entire family, their neighbors, and the history of their nation.

   
DANCING IN JAFFA
Dir. Hilla Medalia (84min, Israel/USA, 2013)
In Hebrew and Arabic with English Subtitles, Documentary

Renowned ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine has a burning desire to use dance for social good, teaming Jewish and Palestinian Israeli children as ballroom partners.
   
  FOR A WOMAN
Dir. Diane Kurys (110min, France, 2013)
In French with English Subtitles, Narrative

In her mid-thirties, Anne knows practically nothing of her family’s past. After her mother’s death, Anne discovers old photos and letters that convince her to take a closer look at her parents’ life after the concentration camps of World War II.
   








DATES AND TICKETS

Sunday, July 13

Tickets are available for individual screenings and a day pass for all three shows is also for sale for only $20.
 

To get a day pass, click on any of the ticket links below and select "day pass" when checking out.

Dancing in Jaffa, 12:30 pm


Aftermath, 2:30 pm



For a Woman, 4:45 pm