FREE video presentations next week!


Mar 11, 2020 | Events | Jerusalem & Area
FREE video presentations next week!

The Israel Center is pleased to offer the following very special video presentations — AT NO CHARGE! Israel Center, 22 Keren HaYesod St; 560-9100


Mon, March 16 - 2:00 - “The Women’s Balcony” (2016) - Poignant Israeli film of a Jerusalem community; a new rabbi with a different hashkafa - a more stringent outlook - makes rulings which divide husbands and wives. The result is a touching movie of humor, sadness and very human reactions with endearing characters. LOVED BY OUR AUDIENCE! (Hebrew/English subtitles- 1½ hrs)

Sponsored by Greta Golden in loving memory of her brother, Eliyahu Feivish ben Miriam Rivka and Shmuel Abba Edelstein, killed in an IDF training exercise

Refreshments after the film provided by Greta Golden in loving memory of her brother

Tues, March 17 - 2:00 - By popular demand - “Fiddler on the Roof” (1971) - Return to Anatevka where Tevye and Golde are marrying off their daughters with and without help from Yente the matchmaker. Sholom Aleichem's Yiddish tales magically and musically come to life. Listen to Tevye's wisdom as he accepts what life gives him with pain, humor and faith in Hashem. Israel’s Topol as Tevye and Molly Picon as Yente. A classic, nominated for 8 Academy Awards. Come see “Fiddler” again for the first time. (English/English subtitles - 3 hrs/intermission with refreshments provided a generous supporter)

Sponsored by Chanah Florin in honor and recognition of all the birthdays and anniversaries of family members and friends, who are celebrating their milestones during month of March

Wed, March 18 - 2:00 - “Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles” (2019) - First time showing - Fantastic documentary on the history of the play/movie - how it came to be, what it means, why it has thrilled and moved audiences around the world in many language for more than 50 years! Writers of the play, Topol, Norman Jewison (the director of the film) and many other performers in and creators of the play, movie and legend share their thoughts and experiences. Fascinating insights, “backstage secrets”, songs, dances, much more make for an utterly delightful as well as informative film. If you love “Fiddler”, you’ll love the marvelous STORY of “Fiddler”! (English/English subtitles - hrs)


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