Event & Film Schedule

 

SUN APRIL 18 – THUR APRIL 22

Q&A with Shir Haas, writer, director and star of ‘Asia’ 

A pre-recorded video you can watch at your leisure HERE.

 

SUNDAY APRIL 18: 4pm

A Conversation with Rabbi Steven Rosenberg… Neil Friedman, President Menemsha Films

Neil Friedman, Founder and President of Menemsha Films, the US based film distribution and international sales company for Jewish films.  Mr. Friedman has been instrumental in assisting the Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival for years and this year is the sole distributor for all of our full length movies at this year’s Film Festival, and most of our shorts.  Mr. Friedman will touch on topics such as challenges in the industry today, what we can expect after the Pandemic, working with Film Festivals throughout the world.  We will be able to learn about Mr. Friedman’s latest venture, ChaiFlicks, exclusive streaming access to 100’s of our highly acclaimed library of Jewish and Israeli movies, television series and documentaries from world-renowned Actors, Directors and Filmmakers.

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MONDAY APRIL 19th: 4PM

A Conversation with Rabbi Steven Rosenberg…Isaac Cherem, Producer of Leona

Isaac was born in 1992 in Mexico City and graduated from The Los Angeles Film School in 2011. He started working as a production assistant on film sets at the age of fifteen and in 2015 he founded Fosforescente, a production company solely focused on Mexican cinema. In 2021 he premiered Leona nationwide in the USA.

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TUESDAY APRIL 20th: 11AM

A Conversation with Rabbi Steven Rosenberg… Dror Zahavi, Director of Crescendo

Dror Zahavi, Director of Crescendo has over 35 credits for movies, TV Mini-Series and  TV Movies.   Mr. Zahavi will be with us to tell us all about the filming of Crescendo and the many issues that surround the movie.  Mr. Zahavi will be live with us from Berlin.

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TUESDAY APRIL 20TH: 4PM

Virtual Lobby sponsored by Bob & Cheryl Fey of Fey’s Canyon Realtors

Join us on zoom as Rabbi Steven Rosenberg hosts an open discussion about all of the films.  This is our chance to discuss the movies with each other.

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WEDNESDAY APRIL 21ST: 11AM

A Conversation with Rabbi Steven Rosenberg… Ian Rosenberg & Caroline Laskow, producers of Welcome To Kutsher’s.  

Directors Caroline Laskow and Ian Rosenberg have been documenting the Catskills since 2007. Caroline is the director of Ashtanga NY – an award-winning yoga documentary (2003 Tribeca Film Festival) – and the co-author of The Soup Club Cookbook (Clarkson Potter, 2015).

Ian was nominated for an Emmy for producing the documentary Finishing Heaven (2008 LA Film Festival; 2009 HBO Documentaries) and is the producer of the documentary The World’s Best Prom. Together they also directed and produced Wilt Chamberlain: Borscht Belt Bellhop for ESPN Films’ Emmy-winning 30 for 30 Shorts Series (2013 Tribeca Film Festival).

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PSJFF FILMS: APRIL 18TH-21ST

(22ND FOR PASSHOLDERS)

Asia (85 minutes)
Crescendo (102 minutes)
Kiss Me Kosher (101 minutes)
Leona (94 minutes)
The Mover (90 minutes)
Sammy Davis Jr.  “I’ve Gotta Be Me (100 minutes)
Tobacconist (117 minutes)
Welcome To Kutsher’s  (70 minutes)

PSJFF SHORTS: APRIL 18TH-21ST

(22ND FOR PASSHOLDERS)

100 Faces (13 minutes)
Egg Cream (16 minutes)
Next Stop (11 minutes)
Pirate Captain Toledano (10 minutes)
The Shabbos Goy (7 minutes)
Stamm (10 minutes)
The Tattoed Torah (21 minutes)