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2013

 

November

6-18- 25th annual Boston Jewish Film Festival

Past screenings

 2013

August

1-9- Before and After Dinner - Remis Auditorium, the Museum of Fine Arts

18- Paris-Manhattan- Comedy on the Cape, 6 p.m., The Club at New Seabury

 

July

14 – Magic Camp - 2 p.m., Bright Family Screening Room, Emerson College

18- Aliyah- 8 p.m., Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts

21- Aliyah- 1:00 p.m., Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts

June

10 – Our Mockingbird – 7 p.m., Coolidge Corner Theatre

12 – A Bottle in the Gaza Sea - 7 p.m., West Newton Cinema

26 – Room 514 – 7 p.m., West Newton Cinema

 

May

2 – Melting Away – West Newton Cinema

8 – Paris-Manhattan - West Newton Cinema

April

4 – KochWest Newton Cinema

17 – Fill the Void - 7:30 p.m.,  at the Museum of Fine Arts (as part of Jewishfilm.2013 The National Center for Jewish Film’s 16th Annual Film Festival)

28 – The Garden of Eden – 12:30 p.m., Brattle Theatre, Cambridge (as part of the Independent Film Festival of Boston)

29 – The Yellow Ticket - 7:30 p.m., Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline (presented along with Boston Jewish Music Festival, New Center and Foundation for Jewish  Culture

March

6 – Dorfman in Love, West Newton Cinema

18 – Life in Stills, West Newton Cinema

January

2-6, 9-10 – Hitler’s Children, MFA

31-Feb. 5: ReelAbilities Boston Disabilities Film Festival, nine films about people with disabilities at the MFA, West Newton Cinema, Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center of Newton, Cardinal Cushing Centers of Hanover and Scibelli Enterprise Center of Springfield.

2012

November

7-19 – The 24th annual Boston Jewish Film Festival

August

1 – Mabul (Flood), West Newton Cinema, Israeli film returning from 2011 Festival.

15 – The Day I Saw Your Heart, West Newton Cinema, French film returning from 2011 Festival.

 

July

July 11 – Restoration, West Newton Cinema, Israeli film returning from 2011 Festival.

July 22  and 27 - Bachelor Days Are Over, Museum of Fine Arts, July 22, and 3:50 p.m., July 27, part of Boston French Film Festival.

June-July

June 28-July 1: Portrait of Wally, Museum of Fine Arts. Documentary about Egon Schiele’s “Portrait of Wally”

May

May 30 – Naomi, West Newton Cinema,  Israeli film returning from 2011 Festival.

March

March 19 – Srugim, Season 3, West Newton Cinema, Srugim star Amos Tamam (Amir) will host a question-and-answer session afterwards.

March 26 – Dolphin Boy, Brattle Theatre, Cambridge, 6:30 p.m. Director Dani Menkin will host a question-and-answer session afterwards.

February

REELAbilitiesBOSTON Film Festival: Feb. 2-8

Feb. 2, My Spectacular Theater – Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown

Feb. 4 – War Eagle, Arkansas – Arlington Capitol Theatre

Feb. 5 – Shooting Beauty – Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Feb. 5 – Snow Cake – Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Feb. 7 – Warrior Champions, West Newton Cinema

Feb. 8 – Anita, West Newton Cinema

Feb. 29 – The Fifth Heaven, West Newton Cinema, Director Dina Riklis will be present.

January 2012

Jan. 4-8: Paul Goodman Changed My Life at the Museum of Fine Arts

Jan. 11-15: The Klezmatics: On Holy Ground at the Museum of Fine Arts

2011

November

The 23rd Annual Boston Jewish Film Festival: Nov. 2-13

October

Oct. 9: Gei Oni (Valley of Strength) Museum of Fine Arts, Remis Auditorium, Boston

Oct. 16: Gei Oni (Valley of Strength), Museum of Fine Arts, Remis Auditorium, Boston

July

July 21: The Names of Love (Le nom des gens) (winner of 3 Cesar awards in France), Museum of Fine Arts Co-presented with Boston French Film Festival

July 25: My So-Called Enemy, (Voted Best Documentary at 2010 Festival), Coolidge Corner Theatre. In conjunction with Roxbury International Film Festival

July 26: The Human Resources Manager, West Newton Cinema

June

June 2:  The Roundup (La Rafle), at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

June 14: Vidal Sassoon The Movie, at West Newton Cinema

May

May 1:  Crime After Crime, at the Brattle Theatre, and Bobby Fischer Against The World, at the Somerville Theatre, part of the Independent Film Festival of Boston

May 11: Mary Lou, at the Brattle Theatre, part of the Boston LGBT Film Festival

May 24: Five Hours From Paris,at the West Newton Cinema

May 26: Five Hours from Paris, at Randolph Showcase Cinemas

April

April 6: Hollywood Comes to Boston: An Evening with Theatre, Film, and Television Producer Marc Platt, 7:30 pm, Gann Academy.  Co-presented by The Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston

April 21: Saviors in the Night (Voted Best Feature at 2010 Fest at West Newton Cinema

April 28: My So-Called Enemy (Voted Best Documentary at 2010 Festival),  at Temple Shir Tikva, Wayland

March

March 22: Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story at the West Newton Cinema

February

Feb. 11: Sidewalk Memories, presented by The Color of Film Collaborative, dinner at 6:00,, at Haley House Bakery Cafe

Feb. 26: Dissolution, at the Bright Family Screening Room, Paramount Theater.  Presented by ArtsEmerson

January

Jan. 21-24: Shoah, 25th Anniversary Re-Release, at the Harvard Film Archive

Jan. 26: Srugim Season 2, first 3 episodes at the Stuart Street Playhouse

Jan. 27: Nuremberg: Its Lesson For Today,  at the Goethe-Institut, Boston

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2010

October-NovemberThe 22nd Annual Boston Jewish Film Festival

October

Oct. 23, 2010: The Boston Jewish Film Festival Fall Fundraiser, at the Martin Conference Center, Harvard Medical School – Honoring Kevin Bright, Executive Producer of the television show “Friends”

August

Aug. 1, 2010: The Jazz BaronessMartha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute Presents The Best Of The Boston Jewish Film Festival

Aug. 8, 2010: The Little Traitor, Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute Presents The Best Of The Boston Jewish Film Festival

Aug. 12, 2010: A Film Unfinished, West Newton Cinema.  Director Yael Hersonski will be present.  Co-sponsored by the Consulate General of Israel to New England

Aug. 15, 2010: Killing Kasztner, Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute Presents The Best

Of The Boston Jewish Film Festival

July

July 8, 2010: Off and Running, Coolidge Corner Theatre, presented by Roxbury International Film Festival.  With film subject and musician

July 11, 2010: Eli & BenMartha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute Presents The Best Of The Boston Jewish Film Festival

July 15, 2010: Le Concert,  Boston French Film Festival, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, tickets at the MFA Boston French Film Festival web site

July 16, 2010: Le Concert, Boston French Film Festival, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, tickets at the MFA Boston French Film Festival web site

July 18, 2010:  Ajami, Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute Presents The Best Of The Boston Jewish Film Festival

July 21, 2010: Live and Become, the West Newton Cinema, presented in partnership with Mayyim Hayyim’s photography exhibit, “From Tesfa to Tikvah: From Hope to Hope”, followed by discussion with author Len Lyons

July 22, 2010: Le Concert, Boston French Film Festival, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, tickets at the MFA Boston French Film Festival web site

July 25, 2010: A Matter of Size, Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute Presents The Best Of The Boston Jewish Film Festival

June

June 2-6,  2010: Harlan – In the Shadow of Jew Süss, tickets at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston web site

June 10, 13, 2010: Bride Flight – tickets at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston web site

June 17, 20, 2010: Eli & Ben – tickets at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston web site

June 20: Wondrous Oblivion, Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute Presents The Best Of The Boston Jewish Film Festival

June 24, 27, 2010: Room and a Half – tickets at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston web site

June 27, 2010: Blessed is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh, 7:30 pm, Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute Presents The Best Of The Boston Jewish Film Festival

May

May 4, 2010: Srugim at the West Newton Cinema

May 6-16, 2010: Boston LGBT Film Festival

May 20, 23, 2010: Leap of Faith, tickets at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston web site

May 25, 2010: Boston Jewish Film Festival Work-in-Progress event, featuring Joan Micklin Silver’s film The Bagel: An Immigrant’s Story

May 27, 30, 2010: The Jazz Baroness - tickets at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston web site

April

April 21-28, 2010: Independent Film Festival of Boston

March

March 2, 2010: Sneak Preview – Protektor

March 25, 2010: Sneak Preview – The Little Traitor – Director Lynn Roth in attendance

February

Feb. 2, 2010:  Sneak Preview – A Matter of Size

January

Jan. 18, 2010:  Sneak Preview – Ajami

Jan. 27, 2010:  REEL LOVE (a Prism program for young adults, co-sponsored by The Boston Jewish Film Festival)