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"The Other Story" (Sipur Acher)

(Jun. 30-Jul. 4) — Sasson Gabai plays a renowned psychologist who falls out with his daughter when she enters a Haredi community and plans to marry a musician known for his wild ways. Click for trailer.

Film & Television

"The Other Story" (Sipur Acher)

(Jun. 30-Jul. 4) — Sasson Gabai plays a renowned psychologist who falls out with his daughter when she enters a Haredi community and plans to marry a musician known for his wild ways. Click for trailer.

Film & Television

"The Other Story" (Sipur Acher)

(Jun. 30-Jul. 4) — Sasson Gabai plays a renowned psychologist who falls out with his daughter when she enters a Haredi community and plans to marry a musician known for his wild ways. Click for trailer.

Film & Television

"Overture to Glory"

(Jun.30 & Jul. 3) — In strictly-segregated Poland, a young cantor — the legendary Moyshe Oysher, in his best role — succumbs to the allure of gentile culture and joins the Warsaw Opera. Click for movie clip.

Film & Television

"The Other Story" (Sipur Acher)

(Jun. 30-Jul. 3) — Sasson Gabai plays a renowned psychologist who falls out with his granddaughter when she enters a Haredi community and plans to marry a musician known for his wild ways. Click for trailer.

Film & Television

"Overture to Glory"

(Jun.30 & Jul. 3) — In strictly-segregated Poland, a young cantor — the legendary Moyshe Oysher, in his best role — succumbs to the allure of gentile culture and joins the Warsaw Opera. Click for movie clip.

Film & Television

"The Reports on Sarah and Saleem"

(Jun. 28-Jul.4) — Sarah, an Israeli café owner living in West Jerusalem, has a clandestine relationship with Saleem, her Palestinian bread vendor, who lives in East Jerusalem. Click for trailer.

Film & Television

'Ishtar' — FINAL DAY

(Jun. 28-Jul. 9) — Elaine May's "'Ishtar' is a movie whose time is now.” (The New York Times, 2019) Broke lounge act Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman accept a gig in Morocco and become CIA pawns. Click for trailer.

Film & Television

"The Big Lebowski"

(Jun. 28-Jul. 4) — “This is not ‘Nam. This is bowling. There are rules.” The Coen Brothers' cult classic famously gave new meaning to "shomer Shabbos." Click for trailer.

Film & Television

Staying Religious As A High-Wire Act

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