12 min
Jonny Stern
A Jewish man finds himself living in Germany to be with his only daughter. Every day, he walks his dog through a town that has a dark history of anti-Semitism and Nazi activity. Once he learns about the history, he can't unsee it. But he can't leave, so he must find a way to reconcile the past in order to move forward.
93 min
Philippe Le Guay
This true-life “Romeo and Juliet”-esque tale takes place in 1940’s wartime France. Annette was Jewish. Jean was Catholic. In today’s world, the film has added resonance with the recent rise of antisemitism.
15 min
Turkey, USA
Brooke Saias, Anna Clare Spelman
How do you preserve a dying language? In Izmir, a Turkish city rich with religious history and culture, Ceni is working to promote Ladino—the endangered language of Sephardic Jews. Ceni’s mother and grandmother spoke Ladino at home, but like many others of her generation, it was never passed down to her. Through music and song, Ceni finds a deep connection with her Sephardic heritage and hopes to save Ladino for future generations.
169 min
Dina Perlstein
A thriller with an all-Female cast shot in Israel and Argentina, by Haredi director Dina Perlstein.
108 min
Ayelet Menahemi
Marie was just two years old when her mother gifted her to her infertile sister, a common Moroccan custom at the time. 40 years later, Marie travels from France to Israel, where her family now lives, to marry her one true love. Her warm and excited family is preparing for the custom of "Seven Blessings"- a week of festive meals in honor of the bride. But Marie has also come to open old wounds. Between intoxicating family meals, secrets and lies are revealed. Marie is desperate for an apology although her family is sure she should be thanking them. This week turns into a sad comedy about family crimes, forgiveness and loss.
29 min
Avital Simckes
In Palestine in 1946, a young Jewish Holocaust survivor who has taken a new identity as an underground commander, feels threatened when another survivor, a long-lost childhood friend, joins his unit.
90 min
Ron Frank
Special Tribute honoring Gene Wilders life and career.He was born Jerome Silberman to an assimilated Milwaukee Jewish family, and his childhood buddies called him Jerry—but the world would come to know Gene Wilder (1933 – 2016) as an endearing comic genius through an extraordinary string of film roles that seem to grow deeper, funnier and more humane with time: from the timid Leo Bloom in Mel Brooks’ The Producers to the strange and magical title role in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, from his inspired on-screen partnership with Richard Pryor in movies like Silver Streak to the comedy classics of Blazing Saddles, The Frisco Kid and Young Frankenstein. Now, in Ron Frank’s affectionate and touching biographical documentary, the full measure of Wilder’s gifts is on display, not only as a comedic actor but as a writer, director and a mensch.Told in part through Wilder’s own voice (luckily he recorded the audiobook of his memoir, which serves as narration), Remembering Gene Wilder is a treat to watch with its generous helpings of film clips from across Wilder’s career. Yes there are the ever-fresh line readings (“Put…the candle…back”) and his manic physical antics (his pre-verbal meltdown when Zero Mostel’s Bialystok separates Bloom from his little blue blanket) -- but there are also uproarious outtakes from the set of Young Frankenstein and poignant home movies from his marriage to Gilda Radner. Get ready to binge-watch Wilder’s whole career—you’ll want to after seeing this tender and eye-opening tribute.
99 min
Simon Wells, Steve Hickner, Brenda Chapman
This is the extraordinary tale of two brothers named Moses and Ramses, one born of royal blood, and one an orphan with a secret past. Growing up the best of friends, they share a strong bond of free-spirited youth and good-natured rivalry. But the truth will ultimately set them at odds, as one becomes the ruler of the most powerful empire on earth, and the other the chosen leader of his people! Their final confrontation will forever change their lives and the world.

HALLIE UNGER, the Engagement Associate at Hillel of Davis and Sacramento, will be leading a discussion after The Prince of Egypt.
106 min
Aviva Kempner
Berlin born Aviva Kempner chronicles her mother Hanka and uncle Dudek Ciesla's lives before and during World War II