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Family Film Night: Abe

A Virtual Community-Wide Film Event

Monday, November 16 at 7 pm (ET)
Free and Open to the Community

Get your questions answered! Learn how movies are made and what goes into directing a film.

Enjoy the film Abe on your own through Amazon, GooglePlay or YouTube and then join us from the comfort of your home for a special family friendly Q&A with director Fernando Grostein Andrade.

Abe, featuring Stranger Things actor, Noah Schnapp is about a twelve year old boy who attempts to unite his half Israeli and half Palestinian family with a Thanksgiving feast. This film is rated PG.

Once you’ve watched the film, join us on Monday, November 16 for a live Q&A with the director to hear about his experiences making the film. Kids are welcome to ask questions and our very own Rabbi Fratello from Temple Shaarei Shalom will moderate the discussion.

The film will not be shown on the day of the talk. It is available to rent on Amazon Prime Video.
Click here to view the film via Amazon Prime Video >>

You must register to receive a join link. If you have any questions please contact Ashley Simmons at 561-712-5200. Worried you’ll miss the live presentation? All conversations will be recorded, just register for the event and you’ll be sent a link to the presentation that you can watch at your convenience.

The join link will be emailed to you a few days before the event and again on the afternoon of the event.

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