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New Jersey Film Festival screening
Sunday, October 08, 2017, 07:00pm
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Sunday-October 8-Voorhees Hall #105-7PM $12; $10; $9
Soup – Sharon Chetrit (Tel Aviv, Israel)
On an ordinary day, with ordinary domestic tasks, a pregnant woman makes a pot of soup in her kitchen, when she is overcome by frightening illusions brought on by birth pangs. In Hebrew, subtitled 2016; 28 min. 2016; 26 min.
The Little Dictator – Nurith Cohn (Jerusalem, Israel)
Professor Yossi Kleinmann is an underappreciated history professor who lectures about totalitarian regimes. During a Sabbath weekend, celebrating the 90th birthday of his wife's grandmother, a Holocaust survivor, he suddenly finds himself in an unexpected situation which forces him to confront history, his family, and himself. In Hebrew, subtitled 2016; 28 min.
Painless – Jordan Horowitz (Brooklyn, New York)
Born with a rare condition that leaves him alienated and unable to feel physical pain, Henry Long becomes obsessed with finding a cure. A need for normalcy leads him down a dark path where he must decide if finding a cure is worth paying the ultimate price. 2017; 81 min. Co-sponsored by the Rutgers University Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA Centers)!

Screening are part of NJFF. To learn more about NJFF, please click on the link below.

Location Voorhees Hall #105