Monday, June 5 – How Saba Kept Singing (TV-14) 2023
At 94, Cantor David Wisnia never fully revealed to his family how he survived Auschwitz for 2.5 yrs; he sang to entertain SS guards, but it was his love for another prisoner that gave him the will to go on with astonishing secrets.
Hosted by Rabbi Gelfand & Musician/Songwriter Avi Wisnia
RSVP Required: Register Here
Tuesday, June 13 – Let it Be Morning (NR) 2023
Drama of a Palestinian family living in Israel during a time of political tension. Centered around a man who built a wall around his heart, & how an inner wall came apart when a real wall goes up in his hometown.
Hosted by Cantor Altshul
Tuesday, June 20 – Hallelujah, Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song (PG-13) 2021
Exploration of singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen thru the prism of his internationally renowned, “Hallelujah.” Never-before-seen archival materials inc. Cohen’s personal writings, journals & photos, performance footage, & rare recordings & interviews.
Hosted by Dr. Eric Alterman
Tuesday, June 27 – The Cakemaker (NR) 2017
A young German is having an affair with Oren, an Israeli married man who dies in a crash, travels to Jerusalem seeking answers. He starts working for Anat, his lover’s widow, at a café & stretches his lie to a point of no return.
Hosted by Rabbi Pinsky
Tuesday, July 11 – Cha Cha Real Smooth (R) 2022
Comedy-drama of a 22-year-old college grad who starts making money as a B’nei Mitzvah party starter while striking up a relationship with a mother & her autistic daughter, laced with warm-heartedness & sincerity in the most uplifting films of the year.
Hosted by Peter Young, Rabbinic Intern
Tuesday, August 8 – America (NR) 2022
Sexual identity & personal trauma follows a man whose return to Israel triggers life-altering events when Israeli swim coach returns to Tel Aviv after the death of his father; he visits his childhood friend Yotam & Yotam’s fiancée, leading to a shocking turn of events affecting everyone’s lives forever.
Hosted by Barry Shainker, Religious School Associate Director