Three days of film screenings will take place on April 18, 20 and 23, as part of the Jewish Experience Film Series, which focuses on the global Jewish experience through short films, documentary, media guest speakers. All events are free and open to the public. This is a merit point event for RWU students.
This year's theme is "Arts and Culture: Storytelling Through Time."
Today's program features:
"Memories Never Die" which includes two short films and one feature-length film.
"When a Flame Stands Still" | Directed by: Michael Mike Canon | 18 min. Germany, USA, 2015
"The Margaret Lambert Film" | Directed by: Nina Horowitz | 25 min. Germany, USA, 2016
"The Twinning Reaction" | Directed by: Lori Shinseki | 54 min. USA, 2016
The series continues on Sunday, April 23, at 2:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., in Global Heritage Hall 01. Presented in partnership with Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival, the Edwin S. Soforenko Foundation, the RWU Department of Communication and Graphic Design, the RWU Feinstein College of Arts and Sciences, Dean Robert Cole, Associate Dean Roberta Adams, the RWU Film Production Collaborative, RWU Hillel, and the Spiritual Life Office.