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Alegría is a proudly independent woman, living in the family's ancestral home in the Spanish city of Melilla nestled on the Moroccan coast. When her niece is set to marry, Alegría reluctantly agrees to host the event. Supported by Dunia, her bubbly Moroccan housekeeper, and Marian, her chill Christian best friend, Alegría must open her home and revisit her Jewish roots. 

Mon, May 9 7:00 PM
Thu, May 12 1:30 PM
Sun, May 15 11:20 AM
Sat, May 21 1:45 PM
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Cha Cha Real Smooth

Hot off a World Premiere at Sundance 2022 where it won the U.S. Dramatic Audience Award, Writer/Director Cooper Raiff stars as a bar/bat mitzvah party starter who strikes up a unique friendship with a young mom (Producer Dakota Johnson) and her teenage daughter.

Sat, May 14 7:15 PM
Wed, May 18 7:15 PM
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Greener Pastures

The latest humanist comedy from the producer of Maktub, Forgiveness and Douze Points follows a widower stuck in a nursing home who becomes a cannabis entrepreneur in an inspired attempt to buy back his family home.

Sun, May 8 4:35 PM
Tue, May 17 7:00 PM
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Let It Be Morning

Selected for the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, this wry satire offers a microcosm through which to examine the social and political status of Palestinian citizens of Israel and the surrounding Arab community. From Eran Kolirin, the director of The Band’s Visit.

Sun, May 8 7:15 PM
Mon, May 16 7:10 PM
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In a Syrian border village in the early 1980s, Sero, a six-year-old Kurdish boy, finds his world turned upside down when a cruel new school teacher arrives. Confronted with the dark realities of nationalism and antisemitism, Sero is forced to grow up quickly.

Mon, May 9 7:00 PM
Thu, May 12 1:40 PM
Sun, May 15 11:15 AM
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Nelly & Nadine

Director Magnus Gertten Attending 5/7.

Nelly & Nadine follows the unlikely relationship between two women who fell in love on Christmas Eve, 1944, in the Ravensbrück concentration camp. Despite being separated in the last months of the war, Nelly and Nadine managed to later reunite and spend the rest of their life together. For many years their love story was kept a secret, even to some of their closest family. Winner, Teddy Award, Berlinale.

Sat, May 7 2:10 PM
Wed, May 11 2:10 PM
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Persian Lessons

An original and captivating story of a survivor. Gilles is arrested by SS soldiers alongside other Jews and sent to a camp in Germany. He narrowly avoids sudden execution by swearing to the guards that he is not Jewish, but Persian. This lie temporarily saves him when he is assigned to teach Farsi to the head of the camp. –Alissa Simon

Sun, May 8 11:30 AM
Mon, May 16 4:15 PM
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The Replacement

A jaded police officer from Madrid accepts a post in a small village by the sea hoping to heal his sick daughter and gain some inner peace. Once there, he starts investigating his predecessor’s murder. The inquiry leads him to a group of high-ranking Nazis living in a closed community on the coast.

Tue, May 10 1:40 PM
Sun, May 15 7:45 PM
Thu, May 19 9:45 PM
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What Israelis call the 1948 War of Independence, Palestinians refer to as the Nakba, or the Catastrophe. In Alon Schwarz’s explosive documentary, we follow Teddy Katz, who wrote an acclaimed graduate thesis about a possible massacre by Israeli Defense Forces in Tantura only to see his research thwarted. Did a massacre take place? Was there a government cover-up?

Wed, May 11 4:40 PM
Mon, May 16 4:40 PM
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Three Minutes - A Lengthening

Rare home movie footage shot in Poland in 1938 becomes a priceless historical artifact, documenting people and places obliterated by the Holocaust in this haunting and provocative documentary essay. –Alissa Simon

Tue, May 17 7:20 PM
Thu, May 19 1:45 PM
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