January, 2016
February, 2016
March, 2016
April, 2016
July, 2016
  • THE KIND WORDS by Shemi Zarhin    ::  Film Screenings

    Screening: Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, For more information: Rutgers Jewish Film Festival website This quirky and wry dramedy follows three Jewish Israeli siblings – Dorona and brothers Netanel and Shai – ... read more about  THE KIND WORDS by Shemi Zarhin

September, 2016
October, 2016
November, 2016
  • In Search of Israeli Cusine    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    USA, 2016, 97 Minutes English Directed by Roger M. Sherman James Beard award-winning chef Michael Solomonov, takes us on a journey to Israel through food. He enters peoples’ lives and their kitchens as ... read more about  In Search of Israeli Cusine

  • The Women's Balcony    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel, 2016, 96 Minutes Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Emil Ben Shimon An accident during a bar mitzvah celebration leads to a gender rift in a devout Orthodox community in Jerusalem, in ... read more about  The Women's Balcony

  • On the Map    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel, 2016, 78 Minutes English and Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Dnai Menkin This documentary recounts the story of the 1977 Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team's victory int he European cup, which ... read more about  On the Map

  • Biometric Bodies, or, How to Make Fingerprinting Technology Work in India    ::  Speakers and Conferences

    The South Asian Studies Program is pleased to present: Biometric Bodies, or, How to Make Fingerprinting Technology Work in India A talk by Dr. Ursula Rao, University of Leipzig Co-sponsered by the Department ... read more about  Biometric Bodies, or, How to Make Fingerprinting Technology Work in India

  • Germans and Jews    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    USA, 2016, 76 Minutes English and German with English Subtitles Directed by Janina Quint This documentary examines the history of Germany's postwar Jewish population and the fraught and fragile relationships between Jews and ... read more about  Germans and Jews

  • The Kind Words    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel and Canada, 2016, 118 Minutes French and Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Shemi Zarhin This quirky and wry dramedy follows three siblings—Dorona and brothers Netanel and Shai—who, in the wake of ... read more about  The Kind Words

  • A Tale of Love and Darkness    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel and USA, 2015, 98 Minutes Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Natalie Portman Based on Amos Oz's international best-seller, and starring Natalie Portman, in her directorial debut, A Tale of Love and ... read more about  A Tale of Love and Darkness

  • Jauja    ::  Center for Latin American Studies Jueves De Cine Fall 2016

    Dir. by Lisandro Alonso Aregentina/Denmark/France/Mexico, 2014 1h 48min An astonishingly beautiful and gripping Western starring Viggo Mortensen, Jauja begins in remote outpost in Patagonia during the late 1800s. Captain Gunnar Dinesen has come ... read more about  Jauja

  • The Princess of France (2014)    ::  Visiting Filmmaker Series

    Directed by Matías Piñeiro Followed by Q&A with the director Rutgers Cinema, Livingston Campus read more about  The Princess of France (2014)

  • Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    USA, 2016, 91 Minutes English Directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady Arguably the most influential creator, writer, and producer in the history of television, Norman Lear brought primetime into step with the ... read more about  Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You

  • A La Vie    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    France, 2014, 106 Minutes French with English subtitles Directed by Jean-Jacques Zilbermann Fifteen years after surviving Auschwitz, Helene, Lili and Rose are reunited on holiday in the North of France. Savoring ice cream ... read more about  A La Vie

  • A La Vie    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    France, 2014, 106 Minutes French with English subtitles Directed by Jean-Jacques Zilbermann Fifteen years after surviving Auschwitz, Helene, Lili and Rose are reunited on holiday in the North of France. Savoring ice cream ... read more about  A La Vie

  • Eva Hesse    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    USA and Germany, 2016, 108 Minutes English Directed by Marcie Begleiter The film portrays the extraordinary brief life of artist Eva Hesse: from escaping Germany at age two on the Kindertransport, to her ... read more about  Eva Hesse

  • Who's Gonna Love Me Now?    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel and U.K., 2016, 84 Minutes English and Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Barak Heymann and Tomer Heymann Saar is an HIV-positive gay man living in Lodong, where he found refuge from ... read more about  Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

  • Cloudy Sunday    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Greece, 2015, 116 Minutes Greek with Ladino and English subtitles Directed by Manoussos Manoussakis Set in the Greek city of Thessaloniki during the German occupation in 1942, the film tells the story of ... read more about  Cloudy Sunday

  • Fire Birds    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel, 2015, 105 Minutes Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Amir I. Wolf Three windows and a handsome srtanger cross paths in this Israeli murder mystery. Speaker: TBA read more about  Fire Birds

  • Who's Gonna Love Me Now?    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel and U.K., 2016, 84 Minutes English and Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Barak Heymann and Tomer Heymann Saar is an HIV-positive gay man living in Lodong, where he found refuge from ... read more about  Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

  • A La Vie    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    France, 2014, 106 Minutes French with English subtitles Directed by Jean-Jacques Zilbermann Fifteen years after surviving Auschwitz, Helene, Lili and Rose are reunited on holiday in the North of France. Savoring ice cream ... read more about  A La Vie

  • Who's Gonna Love Me Now?    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel and U.K., 2016, 84 Minutes English and Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Barak Heymann and Tomer Heymann Saar is an HIV-positive gay man living in Lodong, where he found refuge from ... read more about  Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

  • Sabena Hijacking: My Version    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel, 2015, 98 Minutes English, Hebrew, Arabic, and French with English subtitles Directed by Rani Saar On the eighth of May 1972, four hijackers from the Palestinian organization "Black September" took control of ... read more about  Sabena Hijacking: My Version

  • One Week and a Day    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel, 2016, Drama, 97 Minutes Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Asaph Polonsky When shiva for their son ends and his wife tries to return to her routine, a grieving father sets out ... read more about  One Week and a Day

  • Double Feature: Partner with the Enemy and Women in Sink    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Women in Sink Israel, 2015, 36 Minutes Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Iris Zaki In a hair salon owned by a Christian Arab in Haifa, the director installs a camera over the washbasin ... read more about  Double Feature: Partner with the Enemy and Women in Sink

  • Cloudy Sunday    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Greece, 2015, 116 Minutes Greek with Ladino and English subtitles Directed by Manoussos Manoussakis Set in the Greek city of Thessaloniki during the German occupation in 1942, the film tells the story of ... read more about  Cloudy Sunday

  • Denial    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    USA and United Kingdom, 2016, 110 Minutes English, Hebrew and German with English subtitles Directed by Mick Jackson This drama depicts Emory professor Deborah Lipstadt's historic legal trial against Holocaust denial. Starring Rachel ... read more about  Denial

  • On the Map    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel, 2016, 78 Minutes English and Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Dnai Menkin This documentary recounts the story of the 1977 Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team's victory int he European cup, which ... read more about  On the Map

  • The People vs. Fritz Bauer    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Germany, 2015, 105 Minutes German, English, and Yiddish with English subtitles Directed by Lars Kraume In 1957, German Attorney General Fritz Bauer receives crucial evidence on the whereabouts of Adolf Eichmann. The lieutenant ... read more about  The People vs. Fritz Bauer

  • Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    USA, 2016, 91 Minutes English Directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady Arguably the most influential creator, writer, and producer in the history of television, Norman Lear brought primetime into step with the ... read more about  Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You

  • Double Feature: Partner with the Enemy and Women in Sink    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Women in Sink Israel, 2015, 36 Minutes Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Iris Zaki In a hair salon owned by a Christian Arab in Haifa, the director installs a camera over the washbasin ... read more about  Double Feature: Partner with the Enemy and Women in Sink

  • Sabena Hijacking: My Version    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel, 2015, 98 Minutes English, Hebrew, Arabic, and French with English subtitles Directed by Rani Saar On the eighth of May 1972, four hijackers from the Palestinian organization "Black September" took control of ... read more about  Sabena Hijacking: My Version

  • The Women's Balcony    ::  The 17th annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

    Israel, 2016, 96 Minutes Hebrew with English subtitles Directed by Emil Ben Shimon An accident during a bar mitzvah celebration leads to a gender rift in a devout Orthodox community in Jerusalem, in ... read more about  The Women's Balcony

December, 2016
  • Ixcanul    ::  Center for Latin American Studies Jueves De Cine Fall 2016

    Dir. by Jayro Bustamante Guatemala, 2015 1h 33min "Ixcanul" by Jayro Bustamante won the award for debut film at the Berlin Film Festival and is Guatemala's first Oscar submission. The film tells the ... read more about  Ixcanul