4th Annual Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival Sunday October 22 to Wednesday October 25
This year’s theme is BE CURIOUS All Tickets are $10 unless otherwise noted.
Sunday, October 22nd BE CURIOUS AND RESOURCEFUL
12:30 PM Tulsa Klezmer Band – OKJFF KICK-OFF
1:00 PM The Producer’s 50th Anniversary screening with the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle. Comedy, 88 min, USA.
Including Tulsa Voice’s Barry Friedman and Jeff Huston. (**$6.50 for Circle Cinema Members)
5:00 PM Monkey Business: The Adventures of Curious George’s Creators, Documentary, 82 min. USA INTRO and post screening Q&A with Jacob Kafka (Animator of Monkey Business)
6:45 PM Opening Reception
7:15 PM Fanny’s Journey, Drama, 94 min, France.
INTRO: Marcel Binstock and a prerecorded introduction by Fanny Ben-Ami.
Monday, October 23rd BE CURIOUS ABOUT A SENSE OF PLACE
5:30 PM Tulsa FMAC Film Mixer + Panel Series: Education and career path for animators with Jacob Kafka. FREE
6:00 PM: On the Map, Basketball Documentary, 90 min, USA
INTRO and post screening Q&A: TU Basketball Coach Frank Haith
“This documentary is a perfect example of the spirit of competition and how it can impact our society for the better.” Frank Haith
8:00 PM: Germans & Jews, documentary 76 min., USA
INTRO: Arnold Bieber of German-American Society of Tulsa
Tuesday, October 24th BE CURIOUS ABOUT COMMUNITY
2:00 PM The Green Park, documentary 70 min. UK (**Special Matinee $5)
With Short: Joe’s Violin 24 min. USA
Special intro by the Producer Marsha Nuriya Lee
6:00 PM The Pickle Recipe, Comedy, 97 min, USA
Introduction by Beverly and Dale Wissen of Scissortail Provisions.
Pickle tasting following screening with Wine and Cheese.
8:00 PM Women’s Balcony, Comedy 96 min, Israel
Intro: Temple Israel Sisterhood
Wednesday, October 25th BE CURIOUS ABOUT RETURNING HOME
6:00 PM: Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? Documentary, 90 min. Israel/UK
Intro: Dennis R. Neill Equality Center
“Woven into all of this sadness love makes a way and bridges the gap in this timely message of family.” Toby Jenkins
8:00 PM 1945, Drama, 91 min. Hungary
Intro by Eva K. Unterman
“1945 is a true masterpiece. A stark and powerful film, reminiscent of Claude Lanzmann’s Shoah.” Eva K. Unterman