Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775
Cost:
General Admission $12; Seniors $10; students free
Location:
125 South Second Street
philadelphia, PA 19106
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Film Screening: Fill the Void

March 17, 2013 7:00 PM-9:00 PM

Fill the Void        למלא את החלל

Sunday, March 17, 2013 7:00 PM
The Ritz
125 South Second Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

After her sister dies in childbirth, an ultra-Orthodox 18-year-old woman is pressured to call off her engagement in order to marry her late sister’s husband. Refusing him is not an option in this community, where tradition, religious law, and the rabbi’s word are absolute. Hasidic Israeli writer-director Rama Burshtein brings us into this insular world from a woman’s perspective.

Israel, 2012, 90 minutes.
Hebrew with English subtitles


Director: Rama Burstein
Awards: Winner, Best Film, 2012 Haifa International Film Festival;
Winner, the Volpi Cup for Best Actress, Venice Film Festival 2012;

Tickets: General Admission $12; Seniors $10
Students: Reserve your free tickets online. Make sure to pick them up an hour before the screening, otherwise the reservation will expire.

On the day of the show, tickets will be available at the box office starting one hour before the screening.
Please note: General admission tickets are open seating; reserved seating is one benefit of becoming a sponsor!

CLOSING NIGHT RECEPTION – JOIN US!
Limited tickets are available for our Closing Night Reception at Zahav following the movie.
Tickets are $10, Cash bar available. Purchase your tickets here! Hope to see you at Zahav!

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