7 – 7:15 PM
World-renowned banjo player Alison Brown accompanies this classic from Hollywood legend D.W. Griffith: a documentary-like short tale of a woman’s innocent crime in New York’s bustling Lower East Side and her subsequent escape to the country and romance with a young farmer. Film restoration and new English intertitles by The National Center for Jewish Film.
11:45 AM – 12 PM
These 15-minute exhibition introductions are led by the Museum’s docents and meet on Floor 2.
12:15 – 1 PM
These 45-minute tours are led by the Museum’s docents and meet in the lobby.
1 – 2:28 PM
Pioneering Israeli film producers Menachem Golan and Yoram Globus are paid tribute in this documentary featuring a range of interviews with Chuck Norris, Jean-Claude Van Damme, and other B-movie talent, as well as Golan and Globus themselves.
3:30 – 5:15 PM
When Meira, an Orthodox wife and mother with an undercurrent of rebelliousness, meets Felix, a middle-aged atheist adrift without family ties, a slow-booming affair takes shape in this Montreal-set drama that unfolds like a classic forbidden-love novel.
5 – 8 PM
Pay-What-You-Wish every Thursday with open galleries from 5 – 8 pm.
7:30 – 9 PM
Maya Beiser is the post-modern diva of the cello. Raised in the Galilee Mountains in Israel, surrounded with the music and rituals of Jews, Muslims, and Christians, while studying classical cello repertoire, Maya Beiser has dedicated her work to reinventing solo cello performance in the mainstream classical area.