Jerusalem Voices

Jerusalem Voices by Marc Kornblatt

Jerusalem Voices

Directed by Marc Kornblatt

International Documentary Short | 28 min |Israel

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Marking the fiftieth anniversary of the June 1967 Six Day War, this documentary features Jewish and Arab Israelis, Palestinian Muslims, Armenian and Palestinian Christians, religious and secular, offering their impressions of living and working the City of Peace, and conflict.

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Wed Aug 8th 5pm - Film Salon
Thurs Aug 9th 4pm - House of Independents

Nightbirds

Nightbirds

NightBirds

Directed by Jonas Kalmbach

International Short | 6 min | Germany

Victoria Woodhull arrives in New York in 1868. She visits a brothel to collect useful information from the spying prostitutes in exchange for her self-made snake oil medicine. At the same time three of the most influential men in town are customers incognito. The rigid politician Anthony Comstock, the straying priest Henry Ward Beecher and the multi-billionaire Cornelius Vanderbilt want their visit to stay a secret.

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Tues Aug 7th 8pm - Film Salon
Wed Aug 8th 7:30pm - Axelrod

The Little Dictator

The Little Dictator

The Little Dictator

Directed by Nurith Cohn

International Short | 28 min |Israel

Yossi Kleinmann is a non-charismatic history professor lecturing on political leaders in totalitarian regimes. Neither his students nor his domineering wife Sarah show him any respect. In order to celebrate the 90th birthday of Sarah's grandmother Oma Gerda, a Berlin-born Holocaust survivor, the family is spending the Sabbath at a hotel. Due to an unfortunate shaving-misha

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Sat Aug 4th 9:30pm - Axelrod
Sun Aug 5th 5pm - Film Salon
Wed Aug 8th 5pm - Film Salon

The Rainy Season

The Rainy Season

The Rainy Season

Directed by Carlos Hernandez

International Short | 15 min | USA

People sometimes face different realities depending on others’ understanding and purpose.
Maternal instinct, which is the greatest and the most beautiful love in the world.
By experiencing the reality of distorted maternal love by others’ greed and through the ironic story of saving her own son, we wanted to raise a question that ‘We are probably looking at a distorted reality like a rainy landscape while seeing and listening to the stories of greed created by others every day’.

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Wed Aug 8th 5pm - Film Salon
Fri Aug 10th 3:30pm - House of Independents

Tuesday Crowd

Tuesday Crowd

Tuesday Crowd

Directed by William Kioultzopoulos

Short | 19 min | Comedy | USA

Cole is a fry-cook at a greasy burger joint. When his graveyard shift replacement doesn’t show up, he finds himself stuck at work late into the night, missing his anniversary dinner with his girlfriend. Across town, Jim (an upstanding owner of his own party-starting business) and his employee Billy finish wrapping up an under-the-table gig when their van is hijacked by a masked robber. As they careen through the city at gunpoint, they come to a crashing halt in the parking lot of the lonely burger joint that Cole is presently staffing. While Jim is distracted and dealing with Cole, the masked robber takes Jim’s earnings for the evening and hides in the restaurant. When Jim sees the cash is missing, he storms into the restaurant, on a mission to find the thief and recover his money.

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Tues Aug 7th 8pm - America's Cup
Wed Aug 8th 5pm - Film Salon

Who Sank Your Ships

Who Sank Your Ships? by Ella Kohn

Who Sank Your Ships?

Directed by Ella Kohn

International Short | 25 min | Drama, Romance | Israel

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Yuli, a petite military photographer, is in love with Michael. Michael has a girlfriend. One night, Yuli witnesses a fight between them and decides to follow Michael. Through Yuli's dreamy eyes, a dreary military night becomes magical.

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Tues Aug 7th 12-4pm - McGillicuddy's
Wed Aug 8th 5pm - Film Salon