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Meeting ID: 865 3514 9145
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Wednesday, April 14 @ 7:00 PM
hosted by CBI’s Cantor David Muchnick and CBI Member, Robin Nagle
Run Time: 90 min.
THE CROSSING tells the story of the adventurous 10-year-old Gerda and her brother Otto, whose parents are in the Norwegian resistance movement during the Second World War. One day, just before Christmas in 1942, Gerda and Otto’s parents are arrested, leaving the siblings on their own. Following the arrest, they discover two Jewish children, Sarah and Daniel, hidden in a secret cupboard in their basement at home. It is now up to Gerda and Otto to finish what their parents started: To help Sarah and Daniel flee from the Nazis cross the border to neutral Sweden and reunite them with their parents. THE CROSSING is a film about the confidence, uncompromising loyalty and great courage you can find in even the youngest of children.
RSVP REQUIRED BY APRIL 13 @ 5:00 PM TO RECIEVE THE ZOOM ACCESS
Community Guests- $10.00
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If you would like to learn more about our Film Festival, please contact our Social Action/Special Projects Manager, Minda Shaiman.
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- Log in with your full name not just initials otherwise you will not be admitted to the chat
- Please be punctual and aware of the start time. The room will close 5 minutes after the start
- Upon entry, all participants will be put in mute mode
- These security protocols are put in place for a reason and violators will be removed from the room for everyone’s safety
April 22 @ 7:00 PM
The Third Daughter by Talia Carner
Facilitator: Barbara Shapiro
The turn of the 20th century finds fourteen-year-old Batya in the Russian countryside, fleeing with her family endless pogroms. Desperate, her father leaps at the opportunity to marry Batya to a worldly, wealthy stranger who can guarantee his daughter an easy life and passage to America.
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