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National Museum of American Jewish History

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101 South Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, 19106 United States
215.923.3811 nmajh.org

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November 2017
$13 - $15

PJFF37 Presents: My Art

November 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
National Museum of American Jewish History, 101 South Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, 19106 United States
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Philadelphia Premiere Director: Laurie Simmons Genre: Narrative Feature Country: USA Year: 2016 Running Time: 86 min Language: English New York City artist Ellie (Laurie Simmons) is convinced her career is in a rut. Although she’s a well-respected professor in a prestigious art college, she has not produced any work of her own in years. She plans to spend the summer housesitting a wealthy friend’s sprawling upstate mansion while reinventing herself with an ambitious new project. Accompanied by her adorable handicapped pup, Bing, Ellie cannot…

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$10 - $25

PJFF37 Presents: We’ll Always Have Casablanca Book Talk & Signing

November 15 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
National Museum of American Jewish History, 101 South Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, 19106 United States
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Film & Education Few films have inspired as much devotion in their viewers as Casablanca. With more revival screenings than any other film in the history of cinema and countless fans of all ages who have returned to it dozens – or even hundreds – of times, it is clear that, as time goes by, Casablanca remains as relevant as ever. Just in time for its 75th anniversary, join us for an unparalleled celebration of the film with an interactive talk by PJFF alumnus…

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$13 - $15

PJFF37 Presents: Keep the Change

November 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
National Museum of American Jewish History, 101 South Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, 19106 United States
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Spotlight Film Philadelphia Premiere Director: Rachel Israel Genre: Narrative Feature Country: USA Year: 2017 Running Time: 94 min Language: English Of New York City, writer E.B. White once said “It is a miracle that New York works at all. The whole thing is implausible.” Cross New York City with the goal of finding true love as a young person on the autistic spectrum, and you have the makings of the unbelievably affecting and groundbreaking romantic comedy, KEEP THE CHANGE. David Cohen (Brandon Polansky) is not your average…

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