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  1. Mark your calendars for an exciting cinematic rite of spring! Eight days in May, May 1-4 and May 8-11, the 3rd Annual Wilmington Jewish Film Festival will screen 8 feature films— including internationally acclaimed documentaries, biopics, and historical and contemporary dramas—as well as shorts on both serious and comic subjects. Films screen at Thalian Hall Main Stage and receptions follow all screenings. For more information, go to our website, http://www.wilmingtonjff.org.

  2. TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE! Film titles have been announced! Go to Wilmingtonjff.org for more information!

    • Dr. Andrew Rinko says:


      I am a part-time professor at UNCW. As part of my freshman seminar my students must read Chocolate the Taste of Freedom, by Maud Dahme, a hidden child during the Holocaust. Maud has been the subject of a PBS movie special and she will be joining my class, via Webex on October 19 at 6:00 pm. I have the honor and privilege of knowing Maud and I have 10-20 seats available for selected guests. I’d like to speak to you about extending an invitation to members of the film committee who might be interested in joining us that evening.

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