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The Ma'aleh School of Television, Film & the Arts,
Jerusalem, the Ministry of Public Diplomacy & Diaspora Affairs, Faces of Israel 2012, and the Simon Wiesenthal Center present

An evening with the Friends of
Ma'aleh Film School of Jerusalem

3 Award Winning Short Films

Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 7:00pm


including "Barriers"
WINNER of THE JERUSALEM FILM FESTIVAL

The riveting drama about a young Israeli officer who must make a life or death decision at an Israeli checkpoint.

"A Jerusalem Tale"
In this warm hearted story, a traditional Haredi man looses his only source of income and faces a crisis of faith when he takes an unlikely job to provide for his family.

"The Breakfast Parliament"
The threatened closure of the daily breakfast at one kibbutz is the catalyst for this powerful documentary about the past an future of the kibbutz movement.

Panel discussion featuring: 

Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of the Jewish Journal Los Angeles, Rob Eshman

Director of the Ma’aleh Film School Neta Ariel

“Barriers” director Golan Rise

Producer Ohad Domb

and actor Hillel Kabub

$15 - General Admission.

$10 - Member Admission.

$10 - Student Admission.

Screening sponsored by the Jewish Journal Los Angeles and the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

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