Sunday, November 20th at 4pm
Book of Awakening
with Cantor Ilan Davidson
Join us as we explore this book of daily meditations. Cantor Davidson will share his insights into meditative prayer and its long relationship to the Jewish people, as well as how this book might become an entry point to meditation, validation, and social justice.
Sunday, December 11th at 4pm
"100 Voices: A Journey Home"
with producer, Cantor Nate Lam
"100 Voices" will offer a unique and moving look at Polish/Jewish history and culture and highlight its current resurgence. The story is told through the personal reflections and musical performances of Cantors Assembly members and acclaimed composer Charles Fox who made an important historic mission to the birthplace of Cantorial music. The documentary will give generations the opportunity to learn about and re-embrace the Jewish culture that produced one of the most artistic and educated societies that once flourished in Europe. Above all, the Program will celebrate the resilience and the power of Jewish life, while telling the story of two peoples who shared intertwined cultures. Join Cantor Nate Lam, the organizer of this trip and producer of this film, for this special screening and introduction to the CA's next journey.
Sunday, February 12th at 4pm
with film distributor, Neil Friedman of Menemsha Films
"Anita" is the story of a young woman with Down syndrome who gets lost in Buenos Aires after the 1994 bomb attack on the AMIA Jewish Community Center. The film is by renowned filmmaker Marcos Carnevale, director of Elsa and Fred, and stars Norma Aleandro, the "Meryl Streep" of Argentina. We are once again joined by Neil Friedman who can share with us insights into this film and why Menemsha Films chose to represent this touching film.
Sunday, March 18th at 4pm
A day to celebrate Women
with poet, Sarah Moskowitz
In honor of Queen Esther, the heroine of the Purim story, we welcome poet, Sarah Moskowitz, an accomplished English and Yiddish poet, whose work translating Yiddish poetry has breathed new life into it.
Sunday, April 15th at 4pm
"The First Basket"
with special guests TBA
"The First Basket" is the first comprehensive documentary to examine both the role that Jewish player had in the evolution of the sport and the impact that Basketball played in the assimilation of American Jews. Join us for this special screening, followed by special surprise guests.
Sunday, May 20th at 4pm
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All films are accompanied by complimentary Popcorn.