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Films From Around the World
Sunday, March 4 - Saturday, March 24, 2018
Following its highly successful inaugural year, the Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival once again presents an exciting and diverse collection of 40 Jewish-themed films from around the world.
- March 4-17: Regal Shadowood 16
9889 Glades Road, Boca Raton
- March 18-23: The Movies of Delray
7421 W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach
- March 24: Closing Event, Zinman Hall
Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County campus,
9901 Donna Klein Blvd., Boca Raton
YEAR-ROUND FESTIVAL EVENTS
The BRJFF proudly presents the following events, in addition to the Festival screenings in March 2018.
Presented with Boca Raton Museum of Art
Special Event: ITZHAK
In partnership with the Festival of the Arts BOCA
Thursday, February 22, 7:30 pm
Mizner Cultural Arts Center
This documentary examines the life and music of Itzhak Perlman who is considered one of the world’s greatest living violinists. ITZHAK is a portrait of an extraordinary man whose passion for music, generosity, humor and remarkable will to survive are legendary.
Tickets available only at festivalBOCA.org at $20
World Premiere: Rescue Bus 300
Guest Speaker: Nati Dinnar, Filmmaker
Sunday, February 25, 7:00 pm
The Polo Club of Boca Raton
Ten years before the blockbuster movie “Speed” starring Keanu Reeves came out, an event similar to that story took place in Israel. This documentary is the story of four armed terrorists who hijacked Bus #300, en route from Tel Aviv to Ashkelon, and led the passengers towards the refugee camps in Gaza and from there perhaps to oblivion.
General Admission: $25, includes valet parking
Advanced purchase required, call 561-558-2514
Festival Highlight Palm Beach Premiere: Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds – The Conductor Zubin Mehta
Wednesday, March 7, 7:00 pm
The Cinemark Palace 20, 3200 Airport Rd, Boca Raton
Zubin Mehta, one of the world’s most charismatic conductors, is a true world citizen, navigating between cultures. This documentary film by Bettina Ehrhardt follows the maestro to some of the key places in his career, drawing an intimate and vivid portrait of an artist beloved by audiences and musicians alike.
General Admission: $13