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Flicks and Food

April 9 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Flicks and Food: Jewish Films at the “J”

This movie series features Jewish-themed
films from around the world.
Enjoy the movie with lunch or dinner and popcorn.

Free for passport members
For non-passport participants: $10.00 for lunch/movie
 $5.00 for movie only

Non-Passport Members – RSVP & Pay Online

Must RSVP to Jennifer@ujcvp.org for each event.

Hiding and Seeking Faith and Tolerance After the Holocaust
Tuesday, April 9th – Movie begins at 1:30 PM.
For Lunch, arrive at 12:30PM.

Is it possible to heal wounds and bitterness passed down through generations? An Orthodox Jewish father tries to alert his adult sons to the dangers of creating impenetrable barriers between themselves and those outside their faith. He takes them on an emotional journey to Poland to track down the family who risked their lives to hide their grandfather for more than two years during World War II. By Oren Rudavsky and Menachem Daum
*Part of April is National Holocaust Remembrance Month

Joes’ Violin
Tuesday, April 16th | 6:00PM

Recommended for adults and children 6th grade and up. At the end of World War II, Holocaust survivor Joseph Feingold was in a German displaced persons camp awaiting passage to America when he found a violin for sale in a local market. Joe’s Violin charts the 70-year journey of Feingold and this violin from postwar Europe to a middle school in the Bronx, where his donated instrument helps him forge an unlikely friendship with 12-year-old musician Brianna Perez. Through Feingold’s and Perez’s stories, the film explores the value of connecting across generations and the power of music to both heal and inspire. By Kahane Cooperman Nominated, 2017 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject.
*Part of April is National Holocaust Remembrance Month

Shalom Italia
Tuesday, April 30th
Movie begins at 1:30 PM.
For Lunch, arrive at 12:30PM

Three Italian Jewish brothers set off on a journey
through Tuscany, in search of a cave where they hid as children to escape the Nazis. By Tamar Tal Anati
*Part of April is National Holocaust
Remembrance Month


Date: April 9
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm