Brooklyn Israel Film Festival

Thursday, January 26, 8:00PM
Hill 24 Doesn’t Answer — Special 50th anniversary screening of this classic movie about the 1948 Israel War of Independence. Discussion follows with Cinema Judaica expert Ken Sutak. 101 mins.
Saturday, January 28, 8:00PM
Walk on Water — Engrossing and thoughtful thriller about the pursuit of a Nazi war criminal by Israeli Mossad agent. Film by Eytan Fox, who also directed Yossi and Jagger. Winner of 2004 Israel Academy Award. Rated R (Brief nudity). 103 mins.
Sunday, January 29, 7:00PM
Promises — Groundbreaking documentary on the Middle East conflict from the perspective of Israeli and Palestinian children. Emmy Award winner for best documentary. Discussion follows with Reuben Namdar, Israeli writer. Reuben won The Jerusalem Fiction award and the Israel Ministry of Culture’s award for the best first publication of the year. 106 mins.
Special lecture and poster exhibit (Free admission)
Sunday, January 29, 4:00PM

“Jewish Heroes and Heroines in Israel War of Independence Films” with Ken Sutak, who owns the largest private collection of post-WWII Jewish-themed movie posters. Free admission.
$25 in advance for entire series of 3 films. $10 at door per film.
Contact the Kane Street Synagogue Office by January 24 at 718-875-1550 for advance sales

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