Boulder Jewish Film Festival: Shorts Program 1

Date: March 9, 2020
Time: 4:00 pm
Location:  Show map
Boedecker Theater
2590 Walnut St.
Contact: Jodi ZicklinEmail:

Monday, March 9 | Boedecker Theater | Screenings start at 4 pm | $13 in advance, $15 at the door | PURCHASE TICKETS

Directed by Noa Gusakov
Hebrew with English Subtitles
15 Minutes
"How to Swim"

An expectant mom turns to a stranger for the support she craves. 
Directed by Sarah Smith
15 Minutes
"Black Hat"

A Hasidic man in Brooklyn goes looking for love in all the wrong places. 
Directed by Marshall Curry
7 Minutes
"A Night in the Garden"

Remembering the 1939 Nazi rally that filled Madison Square Garden in New York City
Directed by Cy Dodson
12 Minutes
"Beneath the Ink"

One tattoo artist is intent on erasing hate.
Directed by Jennie Reinish and Louise Palanker
12 Minutes
"Margaret Singer: Seeking Light"

An immigrant artist and poet expresses her innate sense of truth and joy.
Directed by Alexei Slater
10 Minutes
"Call Me Alvy"

A Woody Allen-wannabe Bar Mitzvah boy drives his Jewish mother to distraction.
Directed by Shauly Melamed
Hebrew with English Subtitles
16 Minutes
"First Day of April"

A father's April fool's joke goes tragically wrong for his daughter.
Created by Jamie Elman and Eli Batalion
Yiddish and English
7 Minutes
"Double Date"

The hipster Yiddish boys from the webseries "YidLife Crisis" explore the joys of dating.