JCC Sonoma County Film Festival
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 @ 1:00 pm & 7:30 pm
The JCC Sonoma County Jewish Film Festival is here again for its 22nd year. Join us for a great crop of Jewish themed films from around the world.
Film is a unique art form that brings us experiences from other times and places, otherwise not available to us in such a vivid, immersive and deep way. So let us all soak in the experience, and broaden our horizons together. And most importantly, Enjoy!
The Festival continues with 1945.
Post-war Hungary. What happens when two Orthodox Jews arrive at the village train station with mysterious boxes, as the locals are preparing for a wedding? Some villagers fear the men might be heirs of the deported Jews, and worry that more survivors will come and pose a threat to their ill-gotten gains, while others feel remorse. Their world is turned upside down. One of the most beautiful films you’ll see all year, 1945 poses questions and exposes emotions with subtlety and intricacy rarely shown in cinema
Drama, Hungary, 2016, 87 min. Hungarian w/ English subtitles
Underwritten by Alan Hyman – The Pawn Advantage Stores
$13 General, 7 pm
$10 Matinee, 2 pm
Season passes available
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Sebastopol, CA 95472