Pipeline has a pack of four tickets to give away for the 2011 Portland Jewish Film Festival, taking place Sunday, April 3 through Sunday, April 17 at the NW Film Center’s Whitsell Auditorium. These individual general admission tickets are good for any film during the festival. To win, comment on this post why you would like to attend. Winner will be drawn & emailed Friday, April 1.
From our sponsors at NW Film Center:
19th Annual Portland Jewish Film Festival
Sunday, April 3 – Sunday, April 17
$9 Individual General Admission | $85 Festival Pass
For Film Schedule and Tickets, visit www.nwfilm.org/festivals/jewishfestival
NW Film Center’s Whitsell Auditorium
1219 SW Park Avenue
The Northwest Film Center and the Institute for Judaic Studies are proud to present the 19th Annual Portland Jewish Film Festival. In its run from April 3 – 17, 2011, the Festival celebrates the diversity of Jewish history, culture, and identity through the medium of cinema. The films, in their abundance, touch on tragedy, embrace humor, and recount the emotional and tangible gains and losses of a people.
Visiting artists include Judith Arcana, Grace Paley's literary biographer, introducing the film GRACE PALEY: COLLECTED SHORTS about the author (¬Å“The Little Disturbances of Man¬Â) and activist, whose female and urban New York tales, filled with emotional and sexual frankness, became classics in the 1950s; Anna Halprin will introduce BREATH MADE VISIBLE a profile of her dance legacy and career in San Francisco; and director Sandra Shulberg will introduce her film NUREMBERG: ITS LESSONS FOR TODAY, a remarkable documentary about the post-war Nuremberg trials, released in Germany in 1948, but never seen in the United States until now.