PAST EVENT RECORDINGS

We are delighted to share some of our past events with you through these recordings. We hope you enjoy them!

A panel conversation on the courage and the experiences of the trans community in Israel took place on February 11. The conversation included Amit Tzuk from the documentary Family In Transition, Micha Yehudi and was moderated by Dana Beyer.

A glass ceiling-shattering writer/director, Jan Eliasberg answered questions about her first novel "Hannah's War" on January 24, 2021. Soon-to-be a motion picture, "Hannah's War" is an unforgettable love story about an exceptional woman and the dangerous power of her greatest discovery. 

The conversation following the streaming of the documentary "Marry Me However" was on January 21, at 12:00 pm PST. The panel included Rabbi Mordechai Vardi, the film's director, and Avigail Sperber, an Israeli cinematographer, social activist, and the founder of Bat Kol--Religious Lesbian Organization.

Award-winning photographer and author Candacy Taylor spoke on the legacy of the Green Book on January 10, 2021. In writing her book, Overground Railroad,

Taylor drove approximately 50,000 miles, visiting over 4,000 of the 10,000 Green Book businesses in her database. This is a riveting presentation accompanied with some of the photographs she took along the way. 

Author/historian Fred Rosenbaum discussed the powerful documentary about civil rights activist Rabbi Joachim Prinz which screened Tuesday, January 5 through Sunday evening, January 10, 2021. His talk took place on Thursday, January 7 at 7:00 pm PT. 

On Wednesday, December 16, 2020, the CCJCC ran a family menorah contest with the help of local synagogues and organizations. Take a look at some of the wonderful creations made by the participating families on our special 2020 CCJCC Family Menorah Contest page.

The Argentinian drama Anita was available for streaming from December 1 through December 6. Fred Rosenbaum gave an eye opening and touching talk on the Argentinian Jewry on Wednesday, December 2. If you missed this talk or would like to watch it again, click below for the recording on YouTube.  

On Sunday, November 22, we had the pleasure of attending "A Jewish Journey Through Music" with internationally acclaimed cellist Amit Peled. If you missed this program or would like to watch it again, here is the recording of the concert. Enjoy!  

Author, journalist and WIRED magazine 

editor at large Stephen Levy joined us on Sunday, November 15, 2020 for an interesting Q&A on his book Facebook: The Inside Story, and Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg.

The Movie A Call to Spy was very popular and sold-out quickly. The November 11 Live Q&A with Actress/Producer/Screenwriter Sarah Megan Thomas, Actor Samuel Roukin and Author Craig Gralley was recorded and is now available here. 

On Sunday, October 25, television writer, author, playwright,and screenwriter Alan Zweibel shared with us how he got into the business, his time in SNL, his friendships with the cast and more. If you missed his talk or would love to

watch it again,... 

EBIJFF and Under One Tent Program Director, Riva Gambert was the instructor of the course "Post World War II Hollywood: From Gentleman's Agreement to HUAC." 

Prof. Amos Guiora discussed his latest book Armies of Enablers on Tuesday,

September 22, 2020.

The French drama based on a true story

Once in a Lifetime, streamed September 8, through September 13. Fred Rosenbaum spoke on the French Jewry, Thursday, September 10, as part of "Around the World with Fred" program.

Following the streaming of the Slovakian movie The Interpreter (August 18-21)

Fred Rosenbaum made a presentation on the Jews of Slovakia on Sunday, August 23.

The Austrian movie The Tobacconist was available for streaming from July 21-24. Award-winning author, historian, and founder of HaMaQom (Former Lehrhaus Judaica) Fred Rosenbaum talked about the history and contemporary life of Austria’s Jewish community on Thursday, July 30. This was the first program of "Around the World with Fred" series sponsored by EBIJFF, CCJCC and participating synagogues.

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