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2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action
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2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action
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Tues Feb 9 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Wed Feb 10 | 2pm
Thurs Feb 11 | 2pm
Fri Feb 12 | 2pm
Sat Feb 13 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Sun Feb 14 | 2pm
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Summary: LIVE ACTION SHORTS Running Time: 107 minutes For over a decade, ShortsHD has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the... Read More

LIVE ACTION SHORTS
Running Time: 107 minutes


For over a decade, ShortsHD has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe.


This exclusive release features the year's most spectacular short films across Live Action, Animation and Documentary, and for a limited time is available to watch on the big screen.


The 2016 Oscar® Nominated Short Films will be released in theatres on January 29th, giving you the opportunity to see the nominated films before the Oscar® Awards ceremony on February 28th.


Ave Maria – dir. Basil Khalil, Palestine/France/Germany, 15 minutes
Shok – dir. Jamie Donoughue, Kosovo/UK, 21 minutes
Everything Will Be OK – dir. Patrick Vollrath, Germany/Austria, 30 minutes
Stutterer – dir. Benjamin Cleary, UK/Ireland, 12 minutes
Day One – dir. Henry Hughes, USA, 25 minutes


AVE MARIA (Directed by Basil Khalil and Eric Dupont)
Five nuns living in the West Bank find their routine disrupted when the car of a family of Israeli settlers breaks down outside the convent. Unable to use the telephone due to Sabbath restrictions, the family needs help from the nuns, but the sisters’ vow of silence requires them to work with their visitors to find an unorthodox solution.


SHOK (Directed by Jamie Donoughue)
In Kosovo in 1998, two young boys are best friends living normal lives, but as war engulfs their country, their daily existence becomes filled with violence and fear. Soon, the choices they make threaten not only their friendship, but their families and their lives.


EVERYTHING WILL BE OKAY (ALLES WIRD GUT) (Directed by Patrick Vollrath)
Michael, a divorced father devoted to his eight-year-old daughter, Lea, picks her up for their usual weekend together. At first it feels like a normal visit, but Lea soon realizes that something is different, and so begins a fateful journey.


STUTTERER (Directed by Benjamine Cleary and Serena Armitage)
For a lonely typographer, an online relationship has provided a much-needed connection without revealing the speech impediment that has kept him isolated. Now, however, he is faced with the proposition of meeting his online paramour in the flesh, and thereby revealing the truth about himself.


DAY ONE (Directed by Henry Hughes)
On the heels of a painful divorce, an Afghan-American woman joins the U.S. military as an interpreter and is sent to Afghanistan. On her first mission, she accompanies troops pursuing a bomb-maker, and must bridge the gender and culture gap to help the man’s pregnant wife when she goes into labor.

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McKane Film/Music Series: The Maine Frontier- Through the Lens of Isaac Walton Simpson
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McKane Film/Music Series: The Maine Frontier- Through the Lens of Isaac Walton Simpson
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Fri Feb 12 | 8pm | $14 | Buy Tickets

Summary: The Maine Frontier- Through the Lens of Isaac Walton Simpson, by filmmaker and composer, Sumner McKane, is a multimedia presentation that combines the rare and... Read More

The Maine Frontier- Through the Lens of Isaac Walton Simpson, by filmmaker and composer, Sumner McKane, is a multimedia presentation that combines the rare and historic photography of Isaac Simpson with archived films, oral histories, and live music by Sumner McKane and Joshua Robbins. The Maine Frontier is centered around a collection of over 1,500 scarcely seen photographs taken around the turn-of-the-century by Amity, Maine, native, Isaac Simpson- photographer, blacksmith, barber, musician, woodsman, mechanic, husband, and father of 13 children.


The Maine Frontier is an illustration of family, work, community, and culture in northern Maine at the turn-of-the-century. Isaac Simpson’s photographic subjects, his wife Effie, their friends, family, neighbors and work-mates exemplify the character, necessities, and condition of the turn-of-the-century northern Mainer. Hear how this collection of photos was almost lost forever and enjoy a previously undocumented historical story through this vivid multidimensional presentation.


Sumner McKane is a filmmaker and composer based in Wiscasset, Maine. He records instrumental music, film scores, and music for media. He produces historical documentaries along with companion live presentations to his films. In a few short years, Sumner has built a reputation for innovative historical storytelling using multimedia, combining various mediums to tell a historical story in a live setting. His work has been featured on MPBN and NPR and he was recently awarded the 2014 Maine Arts Commission's Media & Performing Arts Fellowship.

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Tumbledown sponsored by the Curtis Contemporaries*
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Tumbledown sponsored by the Curtis Contemporaries*
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Sun Feb 14 | 7pm - special Q&A with filmmakers, Sean Mewshaw and Desi Van Til
Fri Feb 19 | 2pm
Sat Feb 20 | 2pm
Sun Feb 21 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
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Summary: Directed by Sean Mewshaw Screenwriter: Desi Van Til Starring Rebecca Hall, Jason Sudeikis, Dianna Agron, and Blythe Danner 1 hr 45 min Struggling to come to... Read More

Directed by Sean Mewshaw
Screenwriter: Desi Van Til
Starring Rebecca Hall, Jason Sudeikis, Dianna Agron, and Blythe Danner
1 hr 45 min


Struggling to come to peace with the unexpected death of her husband, an almost famous folk singer whose career and life were cut tragically short, Hannah lives a simple life far away from noise and chaos of the city. Both comforted and cursed by the closeness of her small town, Hannah struggles to fill the new void in her life by fixating on the seemingly impossible task of writing the biography of her lost husband – for herself and his fans.So when Andrew, a cocky New York writer, comes in to town to write a book of his own on her beloved, Hannah quickly runs him and his book out of her town. Andrew is not one to give up easily, and Hannah soon discovers his roughness and assertiveness as a welcome challenge and a surprising change from the smothering concern of her town, friends and family.

 

Filled with tears, laughter, love and music: Tumbledown is the story of a woman who must find the courage to let go of her past and the strength to move on to her future.


*The Curtis Contemporaries came together in 2014 to engage a new generation of library patrons and their peers – by getting to know Curtis Memorial Library better through participation and support.  The Contemporaries curate a film series in and around Curtis, and host the annual BOOKED FOR THE NIGHT after-hours event in the library.

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2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary Program A
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2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary Program A
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Tues Feb 16 | 2pm
Wed Feb 17 | 2pm
Thurs Feb 18 | 2pm
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Summary: For over a decade, ShortsHD has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe. This exclusive release features the year's most... Read More

For over a decade, ShortsHD has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe.


This exclusive release features the year's most spectacular short films across Live Action, Animation and Documentary, and for a limited time is available to watch on the big screen.


The 2016 Oscar® Nominated Short Films will be released in theatres on January 29th, giving you the opportunity to see the nominated films before the Oscar® Awards ceremony on February 28th.


DOCUMENTARY SHORTS PROGRAM A
Running time: 87 minutes


Body Team 12 – dir. David Darg, Liberia, 13 minutes
A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness – dir. Sharmen Obaid-Chinoy, Pakistan, 40 minutes
Last Day of Freedom – dirs. Dee Hibbert-Jones & Nomi Talisman, USA, 32 minutes

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2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary Program B
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2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary Program B
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Tues Feb 16 | 4pm
Wed Feb 17 | 4pm
Thurs Feb 18 | 4pm
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Summary: For over a decade, ShortsHD has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe. This exclusive release features the year's most... Read More

For over a decade, ShortsHD has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe.


This exclusive release features the year's most spectacular short films across Live Action, Animation and Documentary, and for a limited time is available to watch on the big screen.


The 2016 Oscar® Nominated Short Films will be released in theatres on January 29th, giving you the opportunity to see the nominated films before the Oscar® Awards ceremony on February 28th.


DOCUMENTARY SHORTS PROGRAM B
Running time: 76 minutes


Chau, Beyond the Lines – dir. Courtney Marsh, USA/Vietnam, 34 minutes
Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah – dir. Adam Benzine, USA, 40 minutes

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Bart and Greg's DVD Explosion! Picks at Frontier: Force Majeure
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Bart and Greg's DVD Explosion! Picks at Frontier: Force Majeure
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Tues Feb 16 | 7pm | $5 | Buy Tickets

Summary: Join us while we team up with Bart, of Bart and Greg’s DVD Explosion!, who will be curating a new film series with specific intent for discussion and study. Each... Read More

Join us while we team up with Bart, of Bart and Greg’s DVD Explosion!, who will be curating a new film series with specific intent for discussion and study. Each film will include a brief introduction by Bart, as well as a moderated Q&A after each screening.


Force Majeure
Directed by Ruben Östlund
Starring Johannes Kuhnke, Lisa Loven Kongsli, Clara Wettergren
Swedish with English Subtitles, English
1 hr 58 mins, rated R


A critical favorite at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, where it took the Jury Prize in Un Certain Regard, this wickedly funny and precisely observed psychodrama tells the story of a model Swedish family—handsome businessman Tomas, his willowy wife Ebba and their two blond children—on a skiing holiday in the French Alps. The sun is shining and the slopes are spectacular but, during a lunch at a mountainside restaurant, an avalanche suddenly bears down on the happy diners. With people fleeing in all directions and his wife and children in a state of panic, Tomas makes a decision that will shake his marriage to its core and leave him struggling to reclaim his role as family patriarch.

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Navigating Our Changing Oceans: Screening of
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Navigating Our Changing Oceans: Screening of "Te Mana O Te Moana" to benefit the Micronesian Voyaging Society
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Thurs Feb 18 | 7:30pm | $13 in advance*, $15 day of show* | Buy Tickets | *all sales to benefit the Micronesian Voyaging Society

Summary: "Te Mana O Te Moana” (Spirit of the Sea) chronicles the voyage of 100 Pacific islanders over 1000s of miles of ocean in seven traditional sailing canoes as they... Read More

"Te Mana O Te Moana” (Spirit of the Sea) chronicles the voyage of 100 Pacific islanders over 1000s of miles of ocean in seven traditional sailing canoes as they fight for the future of the Pacific ocean. As they sail from New Zealand to Tahiti, USA, Galapagos and on to the Solomon Islands they reclaim their heritage as the finest sailors, celestial navigators and stewards of the Pacific. Proceeds from this screening will support the Micronesian Voyaging Society as they prepare to set sail for the Pacific Arts Festival in March.


In March 2013, the voyaging canoe, Alingano Maisu, set out from Palau, Micronesia on a teaching voyage to the outer islands of Yap. At the helm was Sesario Sewralur, master navigator and founder of the Micronesian Voyaging Society. Without a map or compass, Sesario teaches students to use the rising and setting stars, cloud and wave patterns and the paths of migrating birds to find their way.


Two weeks into the 2013 voyage, our crew ran into rough weather and the canoe sprang a leak. Within minutes our kitchen washed away, our radio was destroyed, and half of the canoe was underwater. Eventually we were rescued by a Korean Cargo Ship and returned to Palau by the U.S. Coastguard. Miraculously, a recovery team led by Sesario was able to locate the canoe and tow it back to Palau for repairs.


In March of 2016 a crew of navigators are setting out again, this time to the Pacific Arts Festival in Guam where we will join a fleet of canoes travelling from all over the Pacific. We’ve worked hard to prepare for our trip, but with a month to go we’ve still got to make some final repairs and purchase safety equipment. Our friends at the Pacific Voyagers' Society have given us the rights to screen "Te Mana O Te Moana" for free. Proceeds will help us buy a VHF radio and safety equipment for our upcoming voyage.

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McKane Film/Music Series: Nanook of the North
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McKane Film/Music Series: Nanook of the North
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Fri Feb 19 | 8pm | $14 | Buy Tickets

Summary: NANOOK OF THE NORTH: This pioneering documentary film released in 1922 depicts the lives of the indigenous Inuit people of Canada's northern Quebec region by... Read More

NANOOK OF THE NORTH: This pioneering documentary film released in 1922 depicts the lives of the indigenous Inuit people of Canada's northern Quebec region by following Nanook and his family as they brave, hunt, fish, and live off the beautiful, if unforgiving, frozen landscape of the Great White North.


SUMNER MCKANE and bandmates perform throughout the region, bringing innovative multimedia presentations of historical documentary films and dynamic original music scores to diverse settings and audiences.  Featured on NPR, and MPBN, McKane has released over a dozen instrumental music CDs and two films, In The Blood and The Maine Frontier.

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Gregoíre Pearce and Lindsey Bourassa
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Gregoíre Pearce and Lindsey Bourassa
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Sat Feb 20 | 8pm | $10 in advance, $12 day of show | Buy Tickets

Summary: Flamenco guitarist and composer Gregoíre Pearce and contemporary flamenco dancer and choreographer Lindsey Bourassa of Bourassa Dance are a flamenco duo based in... Read More

Flamenco guitarist and composer Gregoíre Pearce and contemporary flamenco dancer and choreographer Lindsey Bourassa of Bourassa Dance are a flamenco duo based in Portland, Maine. Creating and performing all original music and dance works, they honor and adhere to the traditions of flamenco while simultaneously flexing the boundaries of the art form, integrating unique artistic, conceptual and contemporary visions into their work. This collaboration is an exciting artistic exchange of original compositions and choreography, whereby each artist is creating work in their artistic medium for the other’s respective artistic project. In this regard, they will be performing works from Gregoíre Pearce’s new album Pluviophile (released September of 2015), as well as selected works from Bourassa Dance’s newest contemporary-flamenco production entitled Lobo, due for release in spring/summer of 2016.


Toby Rzepka is a luthier in Portland, Maine, making handmade guitars, violins and viol de gambas by traditional methods updated with a modern focus on data and precision. In a special screening of a delicate short film set to play prior to the music, we watch him build, from start to finish, a flamenco guitar made for a local musician, and learn insights into his craft and philosophy behind instrument-making.

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Dear White People
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Dear White People
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Tues Feb 23 | 2pm
Wed Feb 24 | 2pm
Thurs Feb 25 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Fri Feb 26 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Sat Feb 27 | 2pm
Sun Feb 28 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
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Summary: Directed by Justin Simien Starring Tessa Thompson, Tyler James Williams, and Theyonah Parris 1 hr 48 mins, rated R Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film... Read More

Directed by Justin Simien
Starring Tessa Thompson, Tyler James Williams, and Theyonah Parris
1 hr 48 mins, rated R


Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival's Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent, Dear White People is a sly,  provocative satire of race relations in the age of Obama. Writer/director Justin Simien follows a group of African American students as they navigate campus life and racial politics at a predominantly white college in a sharp and funny feature film debut that earned him a spot on Variety's annual "10 Directors to Watch."


The unexpected election of activist Samantha White (Tessa Thompson) as head of a traditionally black university residence hall sets up a campus culture war that challenges conventional notions of what it means to be black. While Sam leverages her notoriety as host of the provocative radio show 'Dear White People', outgoing head-of-house Troy Fairbanks (Brandon P. Bell), son of the university's dean (Dennis Haysbert), defies his father's lofty expectations by applying to join the staff of 'Pastiche', the college's influential newspaper. Meanwhile, Lionel Higgins (Tyler James Williams), an Afro-sporting sci-fi geek, is recruited by the otherwise all-white student paper to go undercover and write about black culture—a subject he knows little about—while the aggressively assimilated Coco Conners (Teyonah Parris) tries to use the controversy to carve out a career in reality TV.


But no one at Winchester University is prepared for Pastiche's outrageous, ill-conceived annual Halloween party, with its "Unleash your inner Negro" theme fanning an already smouldering fire of resentment and misunderstanding. When the party descends into riotous mayhem, everyone must choose a side...

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The 2016 Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T)
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The 2016 Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T)
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Fri March 4 | 5pm, 8pm
Sat March 5 | 5pm, 8pm
$15 in advance, $17 day of show
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Summary: The original and preeminent exhibition of fly fishing cinema, The Fly Fishing Film* Tour is a one of a kind experience. 2016 marks The F3T’s 10th lap around North... Read More

The original and preeminent exhibition of fly fishing cinema, The Fly Fishing Film* Tour is a one of a kind experience. 2016 marks The F3T’s 10th lap around North America and this year’s lineup of films is without question the best the Tour has ever presented. From Bolivia to the Seychelles, British Columbia and Patagonia, from Saskatchewan to Zambia and Virginia to Montana, the notable characters, unique storylines and unparalleled fishing in these films will lead you on an adventure around the globe!  Brought to Frontier by Fly Fishing in Maine.


*Fly Fishing in Maine (FFIM) is a 501(c)(3) non profit dedicated to preserving, promoting and protecting Maine's fisheries.

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MJFF presents Touchdown Israel: Tackle Football in the Holy Land
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MJFF presents Touchdown Israel: Tackle Football in the Holy Land
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Sat March 12 | 8pm | $10 adults, $8 student/senior | Buy Tickets

Summary: Touchdown Israel: Tackle Football in the Holy Land Documentary Directed by Paul Hirschberger 2014 USA, English 85 min American tackle football was imported to... Read More

Touchdown Israel: Tackle Football in the Holy Land
Documentary
Directed by Paul Hirschberger
2014 USA, English
85 min


American tackle football was imported to Israel in the late 1980s by foreign-born Israelis who missed the sports passion of their youth. Players persevered with woefully inadequate facilities and an indifferent public until New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft sponsored the Israeli Football League and funded a stadium. In a country where religious and ethnic divisions run impossibly deep, Palestinian, Christian, Thai, secular and Orthodox Jewish weekend warriors leave their differences on the sidelines in the spirit of teamwork and the love of the game. This gritty, irreverent, yet soulful documentary captures the on-field action while profiling the players, teams, and rivalries on the way to Israel Bowl V. — Melinda Molin


Atlanta, Boston, Memphis, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco, St. Louis, Washington Jewish Film Festivals


“...one of the best sports documentaries I’ve ever watched.”ReelLife with Jane


“...sports as a tool for opening minds through the players of the Tel Aviv-Jaffa team, which mixes Jews and Arabs.”Atlanta Jewish Times

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MJFF presents Frank vs. God
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MJFF presents Frank vs. God
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Sun March 13 | 2pm | $10 adults, $8 student/senior | Buy Tickets

Summary: Frank vs. God  Comedy Directed by Stewart Schill Starring: Henry Ian Cusick,  Ever Carradine 2014 USA, English 100 min God has dealt David Frank a tough hand.... Read More

Frank vs. God 
Comedy
Directed by Stewart Schill
Starring: Henry Ian Cusick,  Ever Carradine
2014 USA, English
100 min


God has dealt David Frank a tough hand. First he losdenies his claim. David, a corporate attorney, does the only thing left to do: sue God! Representatives of the world’s religions are called to testify, David faces an unexpected defense attorney and sparks fly. It turns out God has a few cards up his sleeve, too. Starring Henry Ian Cusick, whose portrayal of Desmond Hume on the hit TV series LOST earned him an Emmy nomination, Frank vs. God is an uplifting, romantic, light-hearted film that explores the realms of faith and religion with good humor and an open mind.  — David Scholder


Sedona International Film Festival - Director’s Choice Award, Best Feature Comedy 
Columbia Gorge International Film Festival - Screenwriting Award
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival - Audience Award
Maui Film Festival
- Audience Award
Reel to Reel Film and Video Festival - Best of Fest Award
SOHO international Film Festival

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MJFF presents Rock in the Red Zone
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MJFF presents Rock in the Red Zone
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Sun March 13 | 6pm | $10 adults, $8 student/senior | Buy Tickets

Summary: Rock in the Red Zone  Music Documentary Directed by Laura Bialis Starring: Teapacks,  Knesiyat Hasechel, Sfatayim, Avi Vaknin, Micha Biton 2014  Israel-USA,... Read More

Rock in the Red Zone 
Music Documentary
Directed by Laura Bialis
Starring: Teapacks,  Knesiyat Hasechel, Sfatayim, Avi Vaknin, Micha Biton
2014  Israel-USA, Hebrew, English w/English subtitles
87 min


In the midst of a war zone lies one of Israel’s musical epicenters. Only a mile from the Gaza Strip, the town of Sderot suffers frequent close-range Hamas rocket attacks with little or no warning. For decades, Jewish migrants from Morocco, Tunisia, Ethiopia and elsewhere have settled there, giving rise to an eclectic music scene that has revolutionized Israel’s musical identity. Deep in Sderot’s bomb shelters, young musicians struggle to carry on the city’s artistic legacy amid ever increasing violence. An intimate and revealing portrait of a community surviving unimaginable circumstances, with music at the core. — David Scholder


Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival - Best Documentary Audience Award
Atlanta, Boston, San Francisco, Washington Jewish Film Festivals
Haifa International Film Festival
Other Israel Film Festival
Zagreb Israeli Film Week


“...raises and deals with serious questions about roots, a person’s sense of belonging, what a country’s responsibilities are to its citizens, and salvation through music.” — Jerusalem Post


“Rock in the Red Zone” has its best moments when it explores the anxiety of Sderot’s residents and their endurance.” — NY Times


“...delivers a moving portrait of a musical community that's managed to survive under far greater pressures than worrying about the next gig.” — Hollywood Reporter

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MJFF presents Dough
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MJFF presents Dough
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Sun March 13 | 8pm | $10 adults, $8 student/senior | Buy Tickets

Summary: Dough  Comedy-Drama Directed by John Goldschmidt Starring:  Jonathan Pryce, Malachi Kirby 2015 UK, English 94 min In the East End of London the neighborhood... Read More

Dough 
Comedy-Drama
Directed by John Goldschmidt
Starring:  Jonathan Pryce, Malachi Kirby
2015 UK, English
94 min


In the East End of London the neighborhood Jewish bakery is losing business. Run single-handedly by Nat, a widowed Old World perfectionist, played by Jonathan Pryce (Game of Thrones, Pirates of the Caribbean), his aging clientele is losing interest and his family is losing patience. To keep the business afloat, Nat hires Ayyash (aka Shaun), a young Darfuri Muslim man, as his assistant. An odd couple in the eyes of the Jewish community and Ayyash’s friends, the baker and his new employee connect through the rhythm of shared work. When his pot stash accidentally drops into the challah dough, Ayyash develops an inspired business plan to change the classic pastries and breads into edible pot treats and business begins to boom! — Natalie Bornstein

Asheville, Atlanta, Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Toronto Jewish Film Festivals

“Delicious” — The Arts Fuse

“...an unlikely delight.” — MountainXpress

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