May 22, 2017Time:
Suggested donation: $5 members / $8 non-members
Our afternoon of short Israeli films is back! Our headliner, Strangers, is an award-winning film highlighting the diversity represented by the people of Jerusalem. Beneath their various identities, religions, and cultures, people reveal what lies beneath those stereotypes most people don't look through. Other films focus on two strangers on a train in Paris, and a small boy and his mother who live in no man's land in Hebron (The Mute's House, pictured).
Credit: Ariel Richter and Tamar Kay