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Virtual Arts, Ideas & Jewish Life

 

Resistance Virtual Q&A
Wednesday, July 22 at 1 PM

Stream or watch the film RESISTANCE on demand. Then join us for a free special live online discussion with the star, Academy Award nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg, and the film’s creators. This event is presented in partnership with IFC Films and Tamar Simon from Mean Streets Management.

- For film viewing options, visit resistance.movie/watch-at-home
To register for the Zoom Q&A Click Here


Jewish Book Council
Each week, Jewish Book Council sits down with an author of a recently published book for a quick 30-minute chat to learn about their latest work.
This week’s author is David Adjmi — Lot Six: A Memoir.  In a world where everyone is inventing a self, curating a feed and performing a fantasy of life, what does it mean to be a person? With his grandly entertaining debut memoir, playwright David Adjmi explores how human beings create themselves, and how artists make their lives into art. 
 
To register and for more info: click here


Standing Up, Falling Down
In case you missed our screening last fall, now’s your chance to see Cleveland native Matt Ratner’s newest film Standing Up, Falling Down and support our friends at the Columbus Jewish Film Festival ($12 per household). Register by noon on June 23!  A live Q&A with actor/comedian Ben Schwartz, via ZOOM, takes place on June 25 at 7pm EST.
 

Great Stuff to Watch
Menemsha Films has brought some of our favorite Jewish-themed movies to the Cleveland Jewish FilmFest over the years.  Check out ChaiFlicks, their new online format for viewing Jewish films.  CLICK on the link below from your iPad, tablet, laptop, or desktop, sign up for your FREE 30-day trial, and start enjoying great entertainment.  


Jewish Lit: The Quarantine Book Club
During these challenging days of social distancing, we invite you to read something other than the news and to come together virtually to discuss books, writing, and telling Jewish stories. Presented by the Jewish Women’s Archive and JewishLIVE. Enjoy this first installment with Rachel Kadish and Tova Mirvis, past Jewish Book Festival authors - see what they are up to now.

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