The Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival: Five Nights of Film
October 9, 2013
By Ronna Bromberg Pachefsky & Cindy Benjamin, Co-Chairs of the Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival
After seven months consuming popcorn, drinking ice tea and movie previewing, the Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival committee is pleased and proud to present five fantastic films to our faithful (and growing) audience.
This year’s films range from a “Spaghetti Western” with romantic Mizrachi music, to a beautiful film adaptation of a novel based on a real life Dutch story, to a young French woman obsessed with Woody Allen. Plus, don’t miss a film version of one of bestselling Israeli author David Grossman’s novels starring Isabella Rossellini, or the nostalgic homage to the by-gone era of Catskill summers—and the training ground for a generation of comedians. Click here for full descriptions of each film.
Every year we say we’re excited about the films but this year we’re REALLY excited. Each film gets unanimous thumbs up.
Join us for all, or even just one of these inspiring films. Tickets are going fast, but are still available (and we do sell out and recommend getting tickets a head of time). Call Micki Seinfeld at 414.967.8235 or firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase your tickets today.
General admission is $10, Student/Senior is $9
Five Movie Pass (one ticket to each screening) general admission is $45, Student/Senior is $40
PATRON PASS is $100 and this includes a RESERVED seat for all 5 movies. ($50 is tax deductible).