JCC Jewish & Israeli Film Festival
Summer Cinema Series

Enjoy three nights of Jewish and Israeli films! See an encore of the audience favorite from the winter 2014 JCC Jewish & Israeli Film Festival, Kaddish for a Friend, and two new films in this hot summer mini festival. 


Tickets: J Members: $8; Public: $10 Tickets are also available at the door. 

Tuesday, June 24 at 7:30pm

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Cinemark Oakley Station

2013 | Drama | 110 Minutes Diane Kurys | France | French with English subtitles 

A daughter digs up her parents' old WWII-era memories, a clandestine love affair, and secrets about her own origins in For a Woman, a time-shifting melodrama from veteran writer-director, Diane Kurys.

Awards: Excellence in Directing, Diane Kurys: Santa Barbara International Film Festival

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Wednesday, June 25 at 7:30
Winter film festival favorite! 

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Cinemark Oakley Station

2011 I Drama I 94 minutes I Leo Khasin I Germany German with English subtitles

From the moment he was born, Ali has been told to hate the Jews. Succumbing to peer pressure, he vandalizes the apartment of a Jewish War veteran. What starts out as hatred leads to an unimaginable and life-changing bond.
  
Awards: Audience Best Feature Film: Miami Jewish Film Festival, 2013; Grand Prix Award: Warsaw Jewish Film Festival 2012

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Thursday, June 26 at 7:30pm

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Cinemark Oakley Station

2014 | Drama | 107 Minutes Pepe Danquart | Germany, France | Polish, German, Russian, Yiddish with English subtitles 

Through this Holocaust saga, 8-year-old Srulik is cast adrift in Nazi-occupied Poland struggling for survival as the Jewish people try to maintain their identity in the face of genocide.  

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