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New Meetup: Look Into My Eyes/Cafe Blossom -Human Rights Watch International Film Festival

From: Cathy
Sent on: Tuesday, May 19, 2009 5:56 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The NYC Social Justice Movie & Dinner Meetup!

What: Look Into My Eyes/Cafe Blossom -Human Rights Watch International Film Festival

When: June 21,[masked]:45 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: The Human Rights International Film Festival always has an amazing line-up of films. I highly recommend checking out the rest of the schedule to see films that aren't screened elsewhere and are very moving. This is a joint event with the NYC Jewish Veg*ns Meetup.

This year we're going to watch:

Look Into My Eyes (US premiere)

Sunday, June 21,[masked]:00pm showing , meet at 1:45pm
Year: 2008
Running time: 80m
Filmmaker(s): Naftaly Gliksberg
Country of production: Israel
Filmmaker Naftaly Gliksberg in person

Is anti-Semitism a buzz-word for all kinds of real or imagined slights? Is it an arcane expression that should be retired, or is there legitimacy to outcries worldwide that anti-Semitism is again on the rise?

Filmmaker Naftaly Gliksberg sets out to investigate what anti-Semitism looks like today, crossing two continents to see how people react to direct questions about their attitudes toward Jews, Israel, and the notion that there is such a thing as anti-Semitism. It is a startling personal journey of painful discoveries as he explores representations and impressions of Jews and Israelis around the world. As he visits individuals in Poland, France, the United States, and Germany, Gliksberg discovers that people?s responses to his pointed questions are often a mixture of their own culture, some version of history, and a certain collective psychology.

Presented in association with 92YTribeca,, The Harriman Institute, and the Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival,

Post movie snack/coffee/tea/meal and discussion:

Cafe Blossom
466 Columbus Ave. at W. 82nd St., NYC 10024
Click here to view menu
We will walk or take the bus/subway ~15 blocks up

To purchase tickets (highly recommended):
Go to:
Be sure to order tickets for Look Into My Eyes 2:00pm showing on Sunday June 21 and click order tickets, select the # of tickets you want and proceed to check-out

1 train to W.66th St.-Lincoln Center
A/B/C/D trains to 59th St. Columbus Circle
2/3 trains to W. 72nd St.

Full Schedule of Movies for the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival:

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