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15th Annual 2017 Austin Jewish Film Festival

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All the passes and film tickets are available to purchase ONLINE. This process makes it a breeze to check-in at the theater.

2017-2018 The Festival Continues…

The following movies are showing at the Shalom Austin, 7300 Hart Lane.

Sunday, December 3rd, 2017

3:30pm – The Little Dictator (Short, 28 Min.)
THE GREAT DICTATOR
The Great Dictator This is Charlie Chaplin’s first all-talking, all-sound film; he financed it himself, and it was his biggest box-office hit! The story begins twenty years after the end of WWI. The nation of “Tomainia” was on the losing side of the war, and Adenoid Hynkel has risen to power as the country’s ruthless dictator. Hynkel believes in a pure Aryan state and the decimation of the Jews. A simple Jewish-Tomainian barber, hospitalized as the result of a WWI battle, is unaware of these recent developments. See full detail… Click Here
7:30pm – CLOUDY SUNDAY
Cloudy Sunday It’s 1942 and German law has been imposed in Thessaloniki, Greece, where Estrea, a young Jewish girl, has fallen in love with Yorgos, a Christian boy who works in a small nightclub. See full detail… Click Here