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Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival


APRIL & MAY FILMS


BODY AND SOUL: THE STATE OF THE JEWISH NATION
Wednesday, April 29, 7:00pm
Mandel JCC, Palm Beach Gardens
Special appearance by Film Director Gloria Greenfield

This eloquent documentary examines the deep connections between the Jewish People and the Land of Israel. Historians, archaeologists, political scientists, religious leaders, international law and media experts trace the evocative evolution of the relationship between the Jewish People and their homeland that is over 3,000 years old.
In English, 2014, USA, 64 min

>Tickets are $10.50 and 25th Festival Silver Badge holders are complimentary
To order: 1-877-318-0071 or pbjff.org


1913: SEEDS OF CONFLICT
Wednesday, May 13, 7:00pm
Mandel JCC, Palm Beach Gardens
Special appearance by Film Director Ben Loeterman

This intriguing film combines the perspectives of a wide range scholars and dramatic reenactments that explore the little-known history of Palestine during the latter part of the Ottoman Empire, a time of relative harmony between Arabs and Jews. How did this land of milk and honey, so diverse and rich in culture, become the site of today’s bitter and seemingly
intractable struggle?
In English, Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, German, French with subtitles,
2014, South Florida Premiere, 58 min

>Tickets are $10.50 and 25th Festival Silver Badge holders are complimentary
To order: 1-877-318-0071 or pbjff.org


1913: SEEDS OF CONFLICT
Thursday, May 14, 7:00pm
Frank Theatres Delray Marketplace
Special appearance by Film Director Ben Loeterman (The People vs. Leo Frank)

This intriguing film combines the perspectives of a wide range scholars
and dramatic reenactments that explore the little-known history of Palestine
during the latter part of the Ottoman Empire, a time of relative harmony
between Arabs and Jews. How did this land of milk and honey, so diverse
and rich in culture, become the site of today’s bitter and seemingly
intractable struggle?
In English, Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, German, French with subtitles,
2014, South Florida Premiere, 58 min

>Tickets are $10.50 each and the theater will be a reserved seat venue for this film.
25th Festival Silver Badge holders are complimentary, and seating will be in the Silver
Badge section as it is during the festival.
All reserved seat tickets can be purchased on-line at pbjff.org or Phone 1-877-318-0071
Box Office at the film will open at 6pm in the theater lobby, seating capacity permitting.


 

 

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