The Fifth Austin Jewish Film Festival

Jan. 20-26

The Fifth Austin Jewish Film Festival


Venues

Regal Arbor Cinema @ Great Hills (9828 Great Hills Trail)

Hideout Theatre (617 Congress)


Admission

Find Friend of the Festival badges ($150; valid for admission to all films at both venues with advance seating 15 minutes before each showtime) and Flex-Passes ($60; 10 admissions to the film[s] of your choice at each venue) at www.austinjff.org. General admission to screenings is $8 for adults, $6 for students/seniors. Tickets are available only at the theatre box office 15 minutes before showtime.


AT THE ARBOR


Saturday, Jan. 20

7 pm King of Beggars; writer/actor Shahar Sorek in attendance

9 pm Free Zone


Sunday, Jan. 21

Noon Live and Become

4 pm "Becoming Rachel" with "The Red Toy" and "Yedidah's Collection"

7 pm A Cantor's Tale; cantor Jackie Mendelson in attendance

9 pm More Than 1000 Words


Monday, Jan. 22

11:30am A Cantor's Tale; cantor Jackie Mendelson in attendance

4 pm Green Chariot with "Hats of Jerusalem"

7 pm Adio Kerida; director Ruth Behar in attendance

9 pm Only Human


Tuesday, Jan. 23

11:30am Adio Kerida with "The Red Toy"; director Ruth Behar in attendance

4 pm Special Israeli Film Trio: "Dark Night," "Bleach," and "Past, Present, Night" with "Be Fruitful and Multiply"

7 pm Another Road Home with "Beautiful Music"

9 pm Atash


Wednesday, Jan. 24

11:30am Covenant: Women, God and All Between; Q&A with Rachel Levertov and Sharon Hausman-Cohen

4 pm Jews of Iran with "Yedidah's Collection"

7 pm And the Gates Opened: Women in the Rabbinate; filmmaker Debra Gonsher Vinik in attendance and a Q&A with Austin's female rabbis and cantors

9 pm Janem, Janem


Thursday, Jan. 25

11:30am Another Road Home

4 pm Becoming Rachel with "The Red Toy" and "Yedidah's Collection"

7 pm Toots

9 pm Like a Fish Out of Water with "Jack the Mench"; filmmaker Chelsea Low in attendance


Friday, Jan. 26

11:30am Becoming Rachel with "The Red Toy" and "Jack the Mench"; filmmaker Chelsea Low in attendance

2:30 pm Hats of Jerusalem with "Beautiful Music"


AT THE HIDEOUT


Tuesday, Jan. 23

7 pm Free Zone

9 pm More Than 1000 Words


Wednesday, Jan. 24

7 pm Atash

9 pm Six-Pack Showcase: "The Red Toy," "Yedidah's Collection," "Dark Night," "Bleach," "Past, Present, Night," and "Jack the Mench"


Thursday, Jan. 25

7 pm Only Human

9 pm Janem, Janem

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