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Is there an opposite side of the track? Check out these shorts to explore the issues in the first of our two shorts programs featured this year.
Director: Amy Grappell
Runtime: 31 minutes
KINDERLAND is a half-hour documentary film that tells the story of two secular Jewish summer camps in upstate New York. Both camps were founded by secular working-class Jews on either side of the leftist political divide. Kinderland was communist; Kinder Ring run by The Worker’s Circle) socialist. Despite numerous commonalities, they maintained a legendary feud from opposite ends of Sylvan Lake. 2021, Santa Fe International Film Festival : Winner – Best Documentary Short
Director: Ruchama Ehrenhalt
Runtime: 10 minutes
Language: Hebrew w/English subtitles
From the perspective of Israeli biracial kids, BROWNWHITE explores how skin colour influences the development of identity. Weaving their lived experiences with findings from academic research, the film reveals these kids’ dilemmas around identity in a world that’s more complicated than brown or white.
Director: Ayelet Vardi
Runtime: 7 minutes
Based on a short story by Etgar Keret, GOODEED tells the story of a wealthy woman whose life takes a turn when she discovers that giving money to the homeless gives her a purpose.
Cyndi & Max Mintzberg
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