First Annual TAA Jewish Film Festival!
The First Annual TAA Jewish Film Festival will be held on three successive Sunday afternoons from 2–4 PM starting February 17th at Temple Ahavat Achim (86 Middle St, Gloucester).
Please join us for the free showings of these films:

- “Love, Gilda” (February 17th), a documentary on the life of Gilda Radner in her own words and in the memories of those who knew her, worked with her and loved her. A truly amazing love letter to one of America’s most talented comedians admired by Jews and non-Jews alike.

- “Exit Music” (February 24th), a documentary about how the Orchestra of the Acadamie du Musique de Montreal has rescued and returned to the classical repertory the music of some of the most gifted European Jewish composers exiled by the Nazis prior to WWII. The film describes the history of the expulsion of these composers and follows the careers of five of those who escaped interspersed with performances by the orchestra of several of their classical pieces.

- “100 Voices: A Journey Home” (March 3rd), a deeply affecting tribute to the interwoven history of Jewish and Polish cultures as chronicled through the 2009 pilgrimage of the Conservative Cantors Assembly to Poland, which was the center of Jewish culture, learning and music before the Holocaust. The movie intertwines comments by those participants with personal connections to Poland ala Ken Burns with a musical presentation of Yiddish ballads and soaring cantorial pieces by some of America’s greatest cantors. A truly inspirational and joyous musical experience.

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