This award-winning Israeli film documents the tumultuous life and struggles of charismatic gay activist Ezra Nawi. An Iraqi Jew living in Jerusalem, Ezra illegally shelters his long-time Palestinian partner and tries to protect Palestinian farmers and villagers from Israeli settlers and military bulldozers. Meet up for coffee at Panera before the film.
Screening cosponsored by Keshet.
Wednesday, November 12
Coffee at 7 pm, film at 8:15 pm
Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St., Brookline, MA 02446
(Coffee at Panera, 299 Harvard St., across from the theater)
You can buy tickets online here.
RSVP by Monday, November 10 for contact information to Elyssa at [email protected] or 617.524.9227.
Keshet works for the full inclusion of GLBT Jews in Jewish life. [http://www.keshetonline.org]