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Date: 3.19.17 Time: 7:30pm Venue: CTN Studio Portland
Mr. Spock is one of film and television’s most iconic and resonant characters. Logical, detached and a keen observer of human emotion - Spock's half-human half-Vulcan traits endow him with a compelling and enigmatic allure. In this intimate and personal documentary, Leonard’s son Adam Nimoy explores the creation, evolution, and universal impact of Mr. Spock.… Read more
Date: 3.18.17 Time: 11:00am Venue: Eveningstar Cinema
Women fight for their rights in unexpected ways in this warm and funny film. When the women’s balcony in an Orthodox synagogue collapses, leaving the rabbi’s wife in a coma and the rabbi in shock, the congregation falls into crisis. Then young rabbi David arrives and they think they’ve found a savior. But when he… Read more
Date: 3.19.17 Time: 7:00pm Venue: Nickelodeon Cinema

A Quiet Heart

Portland

Tickets will be available at the Nickelodeon at 6:30 PM.

This intense drama is set on the fault line between secularism and religious orthodoxy in modern Israel. Naomi (Ania Bukstein, Game of Thrones), a secular single woman rejecting her family and career as a classical pianist, moves to an Ultra-Orthodox area of Jerusalem. Two surprising connections with a musically gifted Ultra-Orthodox neighbor boy and a… Read more
Date: 3.19.17 Time: 7:30pm Venue: Railroad Square Cinema

A Quiet Heart

Waterville

This intense drama is set on the fault line between secularism and religious orthodoxy in modern Israel. Naomi (Ania Bukstein, Game of Thrones), a secular single woman rejecting her family and career as a classical pianist, moves to an Ultra-Orthodox area of Jerusalem. Two surprising connections with a musically gifted Ultra-Orthodox neighbor boy and a… Read more
Date: 3.19.17 Time: 1:00pm Venue: USM - Talbot Lecture Hall/Luther Bonney Hall

Freedom Runners

FREE YOUTH FILM – Portland

A young Jewish teacher in Tel Aviv starts a running club for his students, the sons and daughters of African asylum seekers.  Their talent and commitment bring them to national races, but their lack of Israeli citizenship denies them the trophies and recognition they earn. Asylum seekers, whether in Israel or Maine, cannot return to… Read more
Date: 3.19.17 Time: 11:30am Venue: Portland Museum of Art

An American Tail

Portland

An American Tale is fun for the whole family!  In this animated classic, a young Russian mouse named Fievel emigrates to America, gets separated from his family and must find them, learning some valuable survival lessons along the way.  You will laugh at Fievel's adventures and be inspired by his triumphs.  MJFF is proud to… Read more
Date: 3.18.17 Time: 7:00pm Venue: Nickelodeon Cinema

The Women’s Balcony

OPENING NIGHT GALA (5PM) + FILM (7PM) – PORTLAND

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT

Join us for a festive evening to celebrate the opening of our 20th season! The evening begins at 5:00PM with a reception at the Portland House of Music and Events, with food provided by David Turin of David's Restaurant. At 7:00 PM at the Nickelodeon Cinema is our opening night film, "The Women's Balcony". This… Read more
Date: 3.19.17 Time: 2:45pm Venue: Railroad Square Cinema
Women fight for their rights in unexpected ways in this warm and funny film. When the women’s balcony in an Orthodox synagogue collapses, leaving the rabbi’s wife in a coma and the rabbi in shock, the congregation falls into crisis. Then young rabbi David arrives and they think they’ve found a savior. But when he… Read more