Jewish teens get special film festival screening - Arts & Features

Jewish teens get special film festival screening

Kevin Fleischman | Intern | Posted: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 10:42 am

The Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival, which starts on Sunday, has been around for more than two decades, and over the years it has developed a day where teens from seventh to 12 grades can attend a pre-selected film with their parents to learn more about their Jewish heritage.

At the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival Youth Event, the 2011 film “Wunderkinder” will be screened for free. The film takes place in Ukraine in 1941, and depicts the deep friendship between three musically talented children. Two of the children are Jewish and one is German.

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