NEW! Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival
Save the Date: March 19-26
The Levis JCC Sandler Center is thrilled to announce an exciting new program, the Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival. The inaugural Festival will be held at the Cinemark Theater the week of March 19-26. Outstanding, award-winning feature films, documentaries and short films that celebrate the diversity of Jewish life and thought from the U.S., Israel and around the world will be showcased. More information coming soon.
Join the premiere! Sponsorship opportunities available.
ELLEN SAFRAN | 561-852-3237
SPECIAL EVENT: I Shall Not Be Silent
Documentary film about Rabbi Joachim Prinz, a leader of the civil rights movement, and a talk by Dr. Irving Berkowitz, Dean of Academic Affairs, Palm Beach State College.
Thursday, April 20, 2:00 pm
VIP Reserved Seating: $36, General Admission $25, A&L Gold Members: $20, A&L Platinum Members: Free
In partnership with the Boca Raton Symphonia
Matinee Movies with Myrna Loman
Foreign, American and Independent films followed by discussion.
Wednesdays at 1:00 pm
Call 561-558-2520 for additional dates and film titles
Sunday Morning Israeli Film Series with Dr. Mort Plotnick
Presentation and discussion of award-winning Israeli films. Bagels and coffee served. All films subject to change.
Sundays, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Individual films: $16, A&L Gold Members: $14, A&L Platinum Members $6
Peter the Third, 2015
This is the story of Peter, a 65-year-old widower. Peter decides to run for the Knesset so as to receive a Knesset member’s pension. With help from Alona, a 28-year-old talented waitress who writes blogs, they set up The Widows and Widowers Party. They both start out on a journey which removes them from their loneliness and exposes them to new worlds that will help them leave their pasts behind them.
Dawn is a psychological drama behind closed doors, in which four comrades in arms pressure the young Elisha to overcome his moral qualms and fully commit to the armed struggle. Based on the
novel by Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel.
Generously underwritten by Bobbie & Michael Drukman and Marlene Levin.