Unlike many film festivals that concentrate their screenings in one place, the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival spreads its screenings out in the city — many are at the Gershman Y (401 S. This is a modernized version of the Old Testament tale of Abraham and Sarah that transfers the story to the Jerusalem Philharmonic Orchestra.
Broad St.) — and in the suburbs, like the drama , playing at p.m. Harpist Sarah (Tali Sharon) is married to conductor Abraham (Alon Aboutboul).
“Laughing in the Dark” returned to nearly 800 theatres for an additional one-night encore showing.
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“As a woman, I’m still juggling and still trying to find answers.” Pierce got her start working at Opryland Theme Park in Nashville where she performed as “Grand Ole Opry” star Minnie Pearl.
She’s often billed as the “Queen of Clean” and performs over 100 concerts annually, specializing in a combination of wit and Southern charm.
The childless couple’s lives change when a musician of French Arab descent from East Jerusalem offers to carry their baby, giving birth to rival prodigies — one Jewish, one Arab — a conflict addressed through the power of music.
Her then-boyfriend Danton Rissner lobbied hard to get her cast in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).
The 37th Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival kicks off Saturday and runs through Nov.