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The New Old Country: A docu-
mentary that follows the journey
of American Jews who search for
their grandparents' tales about New
York's Lower East Side (to be shown
in a triple bill with A Good Uplift and
Yours for A Song: The Women of Tin
Pan Alley).

Nicholas Winton: The Power of
Good: Emmy Award-winning docu -
mentary about a young English
stock clerk who saved the lives of
669 Czech Jewish children in 1939
(to be shown in a double bill with
Becoming Rachel).

No. 17: A documentary chronicling
the search for the identity of the
17th victim of a terrorist attack in
Israel, after the other 16 have been
identified, achingly portrays what it
means to live under constant threat
of sudden death.

One Flight for Us: Israeli F - 15 jets

perform a memorial fly-over above
the site of Auschwitz, as the film
faults the Allied command for fail-
ing to bomb the gas chambers or
the railroad tracks leading to them
(to be shown in a double bill with
Columbia, The Tragic Loss).

Perla: The Last of the Seven Dwarfs:

Shalom: A brief but compelling
British film about the passing down
of tradition from a grandfather to
his bar mitzvah - aged grandson (pre-
cedes the full-length film A Cantor's
Tale).

The Syrian Bride: A Palestinian -
Israeli cast presents a tale of fam -
ily and political turmoil, centering
around a planned wedding in a
Druze village in the Golan Heights.

Tevye: This newly discovered and
restored 1939 film, Yiddish with
English subtitles, gives another
interpretation of the Sholom
Aleichem stories that formed the
basis for Fiddler on the Roof.

Tijuana Jews: A one-hour documen -
tary exploring the Mexican Jewish
community, which took root early in
the 20th century (to be shown in a
double bill with Moving Heaven and
Earth).

Turn Left at the End of the World:
The fictional story of two Israeli
immigrant families, one from
Morocco and one from India, who

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A documentary about the survival of
Perla Ovitz and her family, all dwarfs,
during the Holocaust (to be shown
in a double bill with Long Shadows:
Stories from a Jewish Home).

Comic actor Leslie Nielsen hosts this
1993 retrospective, which includes
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and separately.

Perlasca: This historical movie cen-
ters on Giorgio Perlasca, an Italian
cattle dealer who saved the lives of
several thousand Jews in Budapest
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tracking down an aged ex-Nazi offi-
cer befriends the man's family in this
Israeli movie, which is suitable for
teens and their families.

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about Jewish immigrants in one of
Paris' poorest neighborhoods focus-
es on two sisters, one with marital
problems and the other falling in
love with a Muslim boy.

Wall: This documentary about
the wall separating Jewish and '
Palestinian sections of Israel and the
West Bank allows people of various
religious and political backgrounds
to speak for themselves.

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Protocols of Zion: A new documen -
tary investigating slanders against
the Jewish people, including the
canard that Jews carried out the 9-11
terrorism, shows how the Protocols
of the Learned Elders of Zion still
influences anti-Semites in many
parts of the world.

Wasserman: This Israeli movie looks
at the idealistic men and women
who were the first Jewish settlers
in Palestine through the story of
Wasserman, an elderly man for
whom adjustment to modern times
is a struggle (to be shown in a dou -
ble bill with Green Chariot).

Rene and Me: This true story of
Irene and her twin brother, Rene,
tells a gripping but ultimately life-
affirming story of how they over-
came a Holocaust ordeal that tested
their sanity and love.

West Bank Story: This is a 20-min-
ute song and dance, loosely based
on Leonard Bernstein's musical,
by a multi-ethnic cast of Arab and
Jewish Israelis (in some showings,
it precedes Campfire; in others, The
Front).

The Ritchie Boys: A first-person
documentary of young men who
fled Germany as Hitler took over,
and then returned to Europe as U.S.
soldiers specially trained to use
their expertise in German culture to
defeat the Nazis.

Yours for A Song: The Women of
Tin Pan Alley: This 55-minute docu-
mentary with plenty of music traces
the careers of four songwriters,
three of them Jewish (to be shown
in a triple bill with The New Old
Country and A Good Uplift).

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