The Center for Asian American Media co-presents at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, July 24-Aug 9, 2010
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival promotes awareness, appreciation and pride in the diversity of the Jewish people. Festival programs are meant to create community and strengthen consciousness of Jewish identity, history and culture; provide a dynamic and inclusive forum for exploration of and dialogue about the Jewish experience; and encourage independent filmmakers working with Jewish themes.
Niv Klainer | France, Israel, 2009, 86 min.
This is the gripping story of three fragile souls whose lives intersect at the precarious border between loneliness and desperation.
Roda Theatre at the Berkeley Rep, Thu, July 31st at 12:00 pm
CineArts @ Palo Alto Square, Mon, August 2nd at 8:30 pm
JCCSF, Sat, August 7th at 9:00 pm
Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center, Sun, Aug. 8th at 8:55 pm
Amikam Goldman | Israel, 2009, 62 min.
Amikam Goldman’s affecting documentary follows the fate of four foreign workers in Israel through their phone conversations with loved ones back home.
Roda Theatre at the Berkeley Rep, Mon, Aug. 2nd at 2:15 pm
CineArts @ Palo Alto Square, on Tue, Aug. 3rd at 4:00 pm