Sephardi Shorts Program - The NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival @ American Sephardi Federation, New York [13 March]

Sephardi Shorts Program - The NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival


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13
March
19:00 - 21:00

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American Sephardi Federation
15 W 16th St, New York, New York 10011
Presented by the 21st NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival.
Film Festival Pass are available on asffilmfestival2018.bpt.me

Tuesday, March 13th at 7pm: SEPHARDI SHORTS PROGRAM

THE PIRATE CAPTAIN TOLEDANO

Directed by Arnon Shorr

Short Narrative, 10 min, USA, 2017, English

NY Premiere

On a 16th century ship, a Jewish stowaway who fled the Inquisition wants to

become a pirate to avenge Spanish persecution. The captain must decide whether to make him a pirate… or make him walk the plank. An imaginary take on the real history of the Sephardi pirates of the Caribbean.

SARA LEVY COHEN

Directed by Zohar Melinik

Documentary Short, 13 min, Israel, Ladino & Hebrew with English subtitles

NY Premiere

A 96-year old woman has lived in the same apartment for 70 years in Jerusalem. Before immigrating to Israel from Turkey, she sang traditional songs in Ladino, her mother-tongue. While Ladino fades away, it also reveals a story of cultural identity in constant motion.

116 CAMERAS

Directed by Davina Pardo

Documentary Short, 16 min, USA, English

As the Holocaust survivor community ages, the USC Shoah Foundation has embarked on an ambitious new project to transform survivors into 3D digital projections that will interact with generations to come. Short-listed for a 2018 Academy Award, 116 CAMERAS follows Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss, as she goes through this unique process and reflects on how her role as a Holocaust speaker has changed over time.

The film's Emmy Award-winning director, Davina Pardo, received ASF's Ronit Elkabetz «Rising Star» Pomegranate Award at the 20th NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival.

KEEP IT COOL

Directed by Na’ama Keha

Narrative Short, 17 min, Israel, Hebrew with English subtitles

Q&A with Filmmaker

Tomer, a teenage girl, has an unexpected visit by her older brother Uri, who has been injured during his service in the IDF and is now confined to a wheelchair. Uri is aware of his impotence while Tomer is just discovering her own sexuality and womanhood.

An uncomfortable first film from this year’s Ronit Elkabetz “Rising Star” Pomegranate Award Recipient.
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