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Jewishfilm.2003: From Vienna to Naharayim
10 Boston area premieres from 9 countries

The National Center for Jewish Film and Brandeis University in association with The Consulate General of Israel to New England will present "Jewishfilm.2003: From Vienna to Naharayim" from March 27 to April 6, 2003 . This year’s 6th annual spring film fest will present 10 Boston area premieres from 9 countries.


Boston Premiere

7 PM Thursday March 27

Boston Premiere

8 PM Saturday March 29
Bronstein's Children

Boston Premiere

2 PM Sunday, March 30
Farewell To My Country

Restored 35mm print

4:30 PM Sunday March 30
A Vilna Legend

Boston Premiere
7PM Sunday March 30
Stealing the Fire: The Secret Story of Iraq and the Bomb

Boston Premiere*
7 PM Thursday April 3
Legado (Legacy)

Unheard Voices

Boston Premiere*
8 PM Saturday April 5th

Boston Premiere
2 PM Sunday April 6
The Power of Good -
Nicholas Winton

Boston Premiere
4:00 PM Sunday April 6
Undying Love

Advice and Dissent

Boston Premiere
7 PM Sunday April 6


The National Center for Jewish Film is a non-profit archive and resource center established in 1976 to preserve and restore the cinematographic records of the Jewish experience. As the world leader in the preservation of Yiddish language cinema, NCJF has restored 32 such films to date, including Tevye, The Dybbuk, The Light Ahead, Overture to Glory, and The Singing Blacksmith.

Press contacts: Sharon Pucker Rivo; 781 736 8600;
John Quackenbush 781 736 8600;
Linda Rakoff -617 332 2165;


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