– ONE WEDNESDAY A MONTH AT 7:00 P.M. AT KOL SHOFAR –
Suggested cost: $5 donation to cover the screening fee.
Come early at 6:30 p.m., bring your Dairy/Vegetarian dinner and let’s eat together! Dessert will be provided.
February 6: Leaving Memel – Refugees from the Reich – A 40 minute film based on the life events of Cherie Goren and her family, who were forced by Nazis to leave their home in 1939. Q&A facilitated by filmmaker: Fred Finkelstein
Judith and Leo Fleischmann were prosperous German Jews living in Memel, Lithuania, the port city on the Baltic Sea in what was originally a part of East Prussia. When Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933 their lives were turned upside down, but through family connections and good timing they survived to tell their story.
April 3: 93Queen – An 80 minute film that follows Rachel, a no-nonsense Hasidic lawyer and mother of six who is determined to shake up the boys club in her community by creating the firs all-female ambulance corps in NYC
For any questions, or if you have a film you would like to see screened, please email Sara: firstname.lastname@example.org