19th CAJE Miami Jewish Film Festival – 2016

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8 thoughts on “19th CAJE Miami Jewish Film Festival – 2016

  1. Following the Speaking in Cinema event comes Julianne Moore starring in Safe on Thursday, February 18, at 8:30 p.m. It will be introduced by Miami Jewish Film Festival director Igor Shteyrenberg. And the last of the bunch, introduced by this very author of the New Times, is both the short Dottie Got Spanked and the feature film Far From Heaven. The set of films show on Thursday, February 25, at 8:30 p.m.
    http://www.miaminewtimes.com/arts/miami-cinemas-offer-retrospective-of-christine-vachons-films-8157744

  2. The Six Most Anticipated Films at the Miami Jewish Film Festival

    The Miami Jewish Film Festival is back in town, and with it comes a solid variety of movies to explore. But with so many films and so many places to see them, it’s tough to choose exactly which ones to catch. That’s why we’ve made a list of the ones we’re anticipating most. Though some of the films with bigger names are already sold out — Remember and A Tale of Love and Darkness, for instance — there are still dozens of others to experience.
    http://www.miaminewtimes.com/arts/the-six-most-anticipated-films-at-the-miami-jewish-film-festival-8166655

  3. The Miami Jewish Film Festival Kicked Off With a Film by Screenwriter Benjamin August

    A slight drizzle and a breeze marked the opening night of the 19th-annual Miami Jewish Film Festival at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center last Thursday. The South Florida winter weather created a bit of chaos for the festival organizers. Thirteen minutes behind schedule, Rabbi Efrat Zarren-Zohar, interim executive director of the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education, opened the night with an announcement for the owner of a blue Subaru Outback, who left the car at the valet without the keys. Beyond that, there wasn’t a single glitch to report during the screening of the festival’s opening-night film, Remember, directed by Canadian director Atom Egoyan and starring Christopher Plummer.

    http://www.miaminewtimes.com/arts/miami-jewish-film-festival-kicked-off-its-19th-year-with-screenwriter-benjamin-august-8188055

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