Dear Friends,

We would like to congratulate our friend Greg Laemmle on the release of his new film, The First Basket. Please support him by checking it out this opening weekend in LA. See details below and at this link:

Many of you wanted to see Dan’s classic, award winning documentary Out For Love…Be Back Shortly. The opportunity has arrived for our LA friends! Check out where and when below. For those who are unfamiliar it was nominated for an Israeli Oscar and aired on many TV stations including HBO on Valentines Day.

See many other upcoming screenings below and as always, thanks for all your supportive comments. We love hearing from you, so please keep them coming. Feel free to reply directly to this email or call us.

Ravit Markus, Dan Katzir
+1 (323) 939-3261

November 2008 Screenings 
Wednesday November 19th 7:30pm Yiddish Theater: A Love Story
at the Greenburgh Hebrew Center
515 Broadway Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522

Saturday November 22nd Yiddish Theater: A Love Story
at the Schenectady Jewish Community Center
2565 Balltown Rd. Niskayuna, NY 12309
Saturday November 22nd 8:00pm Yiddish Theater: A Love Story
at the Montreal Dorshei Emet Film Festival
18 Cleve Rd Hampstead, Montreal H3X 1A6
$8.00 per showing, $25.00 Festival Pass
To purchase tickets in advance call 514-486-9400

December 2008 Screenings 
Thursday December 4th 8:00pm Yiddish Theater: A Love Story
at Temple Isaiah Hosted by the Isaiah Women’s Group
Discussion following the film with Producer Ravit Markus including deserts and refreshments.
10345 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064
$10.00 for Isaiah Women members, $15.00 for non-members.  
Please RSVP to Ellen Canter’s e-mail:

Friday December 5th 9:15pm (after services) Out for Love…Be Back Shortly
at Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
Discussion following the film with Director Dan Katzir
300 N. Clark Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Wednesday Decemeber 10th Yiddish Theater: A Love Story  
at Havurah Shir Hadash

P.O. Box 1262
Ashland, OR 97520
Wednesday December 10th Yiddish Theater: A Love Story
at Jewish Community Center of Western Monmouth
Sunday December 14th 5:30pm Praying in Her Own Voice
Hosted by the Academy for Jewish Religion California at UCLA Hillel
Details TBA (See Our Next Newsletter)

Thursday December 18th 10:30am Yiddish Theater: A Love Story
at Kaplen JCC on the Palisades
411 East Clinton Avenue, Tenafly, NJ 07670

Sunday December 28th 3:00pm Special Hanukah Private Screening of
Yiddish Theater: A Love Story  
at the Aidikoff Screening Room in Beverly Hills

Details TBA (See Our Next Newsletter)

Out For Love… Be Back Shortly
A Must See Israeli Classic: Romantic and Important

“One of the best and most moving Israeli films ever made” - The National Jewish News

“Deeply touching. A wonderful film” - Leah Rabin, wife of assassinated Prime Minister Rabin

SYNOPSIS: Dan Katzir's autobiographical film expresses the outcry of his generation, as it struggles to find love and privacy amidst the reality of daily terror and hate. This film is also an important historic document with rare and shocking footage from the era of assassinated Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin. The film is a unique Israeli classic which has garnered over 13 International Awards across the globe in numerous film festivals and a nomination for an Israeli Academy award. It aired on many TV stations including HBO in the US, Channel 4 – UK, Franc2 and Shanghai TV, to name a few.
Praying in Her Own Voice
The Struggle of the Women of the Wall for Freedom of Worship in Israel

A Documentary Film by Award Winning Director Yael Katzir
Produced by Dan Katzir and Ravit Markus 
“Contains passages that convey with nerve-wracking immediacy the level of passion and intimidation that Orthodox Jews of the Holy City can muster... profoundly unsettling.”
- Michael Fox/Jewish News Weekly of Northern CA
The film is in English and Hebrew with English Subtitles. 65 minutes. 

Yiddish Theater: A Love Story 
A Critically Acclaimed Documentary by filmmaker Dan Katzir and Producers Ravit Markus and Yael Katzir

"Charming...feels like a privilege..." -Kenneth Turan, LA Times

"One of the Top 10 Documentaries of 2007" -Jennifer Merin,

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The film is in ENGLISH (and a little Yiddish with English subtitles) 80 minutes   

The First Basket 
“Comprehensive and entertaining... THE FIRST BASKET is a rare documentary that not only provides context but also is fun to watch.” Peter Ephros, The Forward

SYNOPSIS: Little-known fact: The first player to score for the brand-new New York Knickerbockers back in 1946 was Ossie Schectman, a Jewish athlete from Brooklyn .  David Vyorst's documentary traces this and other great Jewish moments in the history of basketball from the turn of the century to today. Narrated by Peter Riegert.

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