Monday, March 6

5:00 PM | Moos 
7:30 PM | Short Film Night 


5:00 PM | Moos

Evelyn Rubenstein JCC
Directed by Job Gosschalk
Netherlands, 2016, 91 min
Dutch with English subtitles
Houston Premiere

Twenty-something Moos works with her widowed father in his draper’s shop in this quirky romantic comedy.

It’s Erev Chanukah, and the extended family gathers to celebrate the holiday; her uncle begins the dinner by praising each person at the table for his or her accomplishments—except for Moos who, despite her desire to go to acting school, has put her life on hold to care for her father. Then in walks Sam, her best buddy from childhood, returned from living in Israel.

$6 Per Person

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7:30 PM | Short Film Night

Evelyn Rubenstein JCC

An Old ScoreAn Old Score
Directed by Naor Meningher
Israel, 2016, 21 min 

A Holocaust survivor sees Ingster, who had been a symphony conductor, in an Israeli supermarket.

She is certain he is the vicious kapo who murdered her mother. But is he? 


The Little DictatorThe Little Dictator
Directed by Nurith Cohn
Israel, 2015, 29 min

A dull history professor and expert on totalitarian regimes, feels unappreciated by his students and domineering wife.

At the 90th birthday party of his wife’s grandmother, a Holocaust survivor, he finds himself in a surreal situation in this absurdist comedy. 


Directed by Jeremiah Quinn
UK, 2014, 11 min

Buenos Aires, 1960. Two men meet for coffee. When they speak, which is seldom, it is in a code only they understand.

Neither man likes his companion but they apparently have a shared history. Their identities? 


An Average StoryAn Average Story
Directed by Yaniv Segalovich
Israel, 2016, 18 min

In this wry comedy, Avi is a national celebrity; he’s the most average man in Israel. His wife is ecstatic and seeks to monetize his new-found fame.


$9 Member | $14 Public  

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