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Lecture

Music: INTRODUCTION TO ROSSINI’S ‘WILLIAM TELL’ by IAIN SCOTT

On Friday, December 5, 2014 Teatro Regio di Torino hosted by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra will perform Rossini’s William Tell with Mo. Gianandrea Noseda, conductor (click here for more information).
On this occasion the Istituto Italiano di Cultura will host a presentation of Rossini’s "William Tell" by Iain Scott as part of a special ticket package. 

Where in the World Are the Jews?: The Jewish Quarter of Shanghai

Guest speaker:  Ian Leventhal

1:30 - 3:00 pm
Learn about the $2 billion Toronto-led project to preserve and develop the historic Jewish district of Old Shanghai - once home to 40,000 Jews.
“Where in the World Are the Jews?” is a new lecture series spotlighting Jewish communities around the world.  
Drop-in: $4
Info: lisar@mnjcc.org (416) 924-6211 x 155

The Soldiers’ Letters

7pm

Front lines is a tribute to the combatants in the First World War. This film traces the conflict through the war diary and private letters of five Canadian soldiers and a nurse. The film mingles war footage, historical photos and readings of excerpts from the diary and letters. The directorial talent of Claude Guilmain breathes life into these 90-year-old documents and accompanying archival images so that we experience the human face and heart of the conflict.

Europe in Hollywood

6pm

Michel Ciment, distinguished film critic, specialist of Stanley Kubrick and American cinema, will tell us about those European directors, such as Billy Wilder or Wim Wenders, that went across the Atlantic to work in Hollywood.

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