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Toronto Jewish Film Society:The Human Resources Manager

Co-presented with  Schwartz/Reisman Centre 
Guest Speaker: Critic and Author Adam Nayman
(Israel, Germany, France, Romania, 2010, Eran Riklis director, 103 min)
A suicide bombing in Israel takes the life of a Romanian worker, leaving her reluctant HR manager to escort her body home. An adaptation of A.B. Yehoshua’s novel from the director of The Syrian Bride, The Human Resources Manager is a darkly comic yet poignant film. 
In Hebrew , English, Romanian and French with English Subtitles.

THE PROMISE - True Crime Tuesdays

Young lovers Jens Soering and Elizabeth Haysom were arrested in London in 1986 for cheque fraud—only to arouse suspicion when their love letters linked them to the gruesome murder of Elizabeth’s parents a year prior in Bedford County, Virginia. Extradited to the U.S., both have been in jail ever since, but Jens now maintains he committed the murders out of love for Elizabeth, who manipulated him.


On August 8, the world lost “sweet-voiced, guitar-picking son of a sharecropper” (The New York Times) Glen Campbell (Official). We pay tribute to country music legend with this special, one-off screening of the acclaimed documentary that tracked his final tour. What he thought would last for five weeks turned into 151 spectacular sold-out shows over a year and a half. What makes the tour truly extraordinary is that Glen had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, and had been told to hang up his guitar and prepare for the inevitable.

2 Short Israeli films: Letter from the Past with Kipur (Day of Atonement)

Toronto Jewish Film Society presents two Israeli short films that explore tender inter-generational relationships: 2 shows: 4:00 and 7:30 pm in the Al Green Theatre. 
With guest speaker author/artist Bernice Eisenstein.

Buy advance tickets on Eventbrite for the 7:30 pm screening.  4:00 pm tickets are rush only at the door: $15.
info: 416 921 6211 x606

The S Word

The ASR Suicide and Depression Studies Program, CASP and the MNjcc present
The S Word in the Al Green Theatre. Join the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention for a  screening of this moving documentary about suicide survivors


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