Neve Shalom is hosing a Jewish History Film Series consisting of four movies to be shown every Thursday in January 2021. Films will be shown at 11am and 7pm each Thursday. Hazzan Sheldon Levin will be hosting.
Jewish History FILM SERIES hosted by Hazzan Levin. Films will all be shown on Zoom. Links and passwords will be sent to those who register. This program is free if you register for Adult Education classes; otherwise any individual film is $5 or $15 for the series. Contact Hazzan Levin at Hazzan@NeveShalom.net or 732-548-2238 Ext 14 for more information and to register.
Thursday January 7; 11am or 7pm Hester Street
Carol Kane was nominated for Best Actress playing a young Jewish
woman who comes to America in 1890s who faces hardships in the new
world. The story is heartbreaking but with comic moments as well.
1975, PG 90 minutes.
Thursday January 14; 11am or 7pm Prisoner of Honor
At the close of the 19th Century, French Army Captain Alfred Dreyfus
was convicted of treason and sentenced to Devil’s Island until Colonel
Georges Piequart (played by Richard Dreyfuss) exposes the truth behind
the shocking saga of anti-Semitism that divided France. Directed by Ken
Russell it also stars Oliver Reed and Peter Firth. 1991, PG 88 minutes
Thursday. January 21; 11am or 7pm Cast a Giant Shadow
Kirk Douglas plays an American WWII hero, Mickey Marcus, who in
1947 goes to help build an Israeli army. The film also features Senta
Berger, Angie Dickinson, Frank Sinatra, Yul Brynner and John Wayne.
1966 PG 138 minutes.
Thursday January 28; 11am or 7pm Operation Finale
Oscar Isaac and Ben Kingsley star in this true story of how Israeli agents
brought Adolf Eichmann, one of the masterminds of the Holocaust,
to justice. 2018 PG-13 2 hours. This film is sponsored by Gary Matoren in memory of his daughter, Debbie Lynn Matoren.