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 The Eugene Jewish Film Festival (updated April 23):

We are back at the Bijou metro, 43 West Broadway in downtown Eugene.  We usually sell out at this venue so we recommend buying tickets early.  Here is the link to buy advanced tickets.

Please note the time change:  the movie will be playing at 3pm!

With Israel’s Independence Day Coming…

Eugene Jewish Film Festival by Jewish Events Willamette-valley will be The Prime Ministersalong with Israel’s Memorial Day and Holocaust Remembrance Day, we thought we would turn our movie eyes to a bit of Israel’s history.  The movie is:  The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers.  Thank you Baruch HaLevi for finding this gem for us.  It is an insider’s perspective of the Prime Ministers of Israel from the Six Day War & Yom Kippor War periods:  Levi Eshkol and Golda Meir.  However, the movie does not stop there.  It also includes a look at Menachem Begin and Yitzhak Rabin, and how and why they turned to politics.

Tickets are $5.  If you wish to support J.E.W. we will have a donation jar in the lobby.

We will have a discussion about the movie afterwards.  We hope you can stay for the discussion.

We are looking for a volunteer to help us with the film festival.  Please call Shmuel at 541-514-2571 if you are interested.

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