Tag Archives: Film

Filling in the Jewish Gaps Left by “Maestro”

Kathryn Bernheimer reviews "Maestro" - and will facilitate a discussion on January 28 at the Boulder JCC, along with the screening of "Leonard Bernstein and the Israel Philharmonic"

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Far From Home-Less

As we complete the book of Exodus with the construction of the Holy Sanctuary, I can’t help thinking of the following quote from 2021’s Academy Award’s winning film, "Nomadland." “I may be houseless, but not homeless” was one of the opening phrases by the laconic but sensitive, Fern.

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Boulder JCC Presents “Shared Legacies: The African-American Jewish Civil Rights Alliance,” with a Talkback

A common cause was found in the turbulent Civil Rights era of the 1960s, as Jewish leaders backed Dr. King’s efforts at racial equality and harmony. Yet, the relationship has frayed in recent years, as a once-mighty bond of support and respect has seemingly faded, been forgotten, or ignored.

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“After Munich” Film and Talkback

"After Munich" is a 2019 documentary film that tells the stories of four women whose lives were forever altered by the massacre of eleven Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games.

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