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Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival & Phoenix Art Museum Present Papirosen

The Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival is honored to partner with the Phoenix Art Museum’s Latin American Art Alliance and the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts & Sciences to present a screening of Papirosen.
The film, which Variety called “an impressive contribution to Jewish cinema”, represents 10 years of filmmaking and turns the cameras on four generations of Argentinean Jews, including a grandmother who survived the Holocaust. Papirosen serves as a meditation on family, history, the importance of storytelling, and the power of cinema itself.
Date: September 9, 2012
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Price: $7 Museum Members / $10 nonmembers

BONUS: Friends of the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival can purchase tickets at the Museum Member price by using the code “GPJFF” when buying tickets online. This code is good for any film screening in the Cine Latino series in September.
Enjoy complimentary admission to the Museum after any film screening. For trailer, show times, information, and to purchase tickets please visit: http://www.phxart.org/cinelatino
The Museum’s Cine Latino film series celebrates Hispanic Heritage month, and Papirosen is one of many films from Mexico, Spain, Central and South America being screened at the Museum. Other notable movies include:
• Chico & Rita (Sept. 6) — Nominated for Best Animated Feature Oscar in 2011.
• Found Memories (Sept. 16) – Official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival.
• Las Acacias Sept. 30) – Winner of three awards at the Cannes Film Festival.

 


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