Vincere, Killing Kastzner, Yes, Miss Commander

From: Jims
Sent on: Saturday, April 10, 2010 8:54 AM
Hi everyone,

On Saturday, April 17, our group will be seeing Killing Kastzner, a documentary about a man who is both honored and reviled by Holocaust survivors. This event is particular special because Gaylen Ross, the director will be joining us for dinner afterward to discuss the movie. This is a fantastic opportunity for us to learn about the making of the movie first hand. We might have a big crowd so RSVP at your earliest convenience.

Later that weekend, Sunday, April 18 at 1:30 PM we will be seeing "Yes, Miss Commander!", a fascinating story about Israeli female officers. The movie is free so bring friends and family. Thanks to Lise who has volunteered to coordinate this movie.

Two other films coming up in the next 5 days:

Sunday, April 11 at 4: Art of the Steal (A Prophet is not showing at this time) is about a controversial art collector who prohibited sharing his art with the public.

Thursday at 6, movie at 6:50. Based on requests from the group, we will be seeing Vincere, the story about Mussolini. Thanks to Kristi who has volunteered to coordinate this movie.

Our movie schedule is starting to get full again, but before that, I found out about another Festival called Cinema Wasteland (!). You can read more about it under the ABOUT

APRIL 3-August 14 - Monthly Saturday night Vintage Hitchcock movies at Lakewood library

APRIL 7,8,14,15 - Italian Film Festival at Case Western Strosacker Auditorium

APRIL 9-10 - Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour at Allen Theater

APRIL 9,10,11 - Cinema Wasteland Drive-In Era of Horror & Sci-fi Movies at Strongsville Holiday Inn

APRIL 14,18,21,25 - Canton Jewish film Festival at the Canton Palace Theater

MAY 1-4 - Ohio Independent Film Festival at Cleveland Public Theater

See you at an event soon. Please don't forget the yearly fee of $5 payable online at Paypal (link in left column) or you can pay your organizer.

Thanks, Jim

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