Chai Lights are delighted to invite you to their Pre Chanukah Bagel Brunch.
Raffle on the day
Selection of beautiful gifts for the perfect Chanukah presents.
Chai Cancer Care provides a wide range of services; from emotional and complementary therapies on an individual basis to group activities and counselling to advisory services. Chai also has a medical outpatient rehabilitation and palliative care service. All of this is free and their support is second to none. Patients find their therapies, counselling and care both emotionally and physically a great aid in their current and future recuperation programme.
These services come at a great financial cost. Nine of us, who have have first hand experience of the wonderful support Chai offer, have formed Chai Lights to raise much needed money, ensuring that the physical and emotional care continue to be provided to those who are in need.
For men and women
Keynote address: Rabbanit Gilla Rosen, Dean of Yakar, Jerusalem and adviser on Halacha
Individual sessions led by:
Nic Abery, Director of Look2Learn, Ma’ayan Rebbetzen Nechama Atlas from Yeshurun Synagogue, Ria Willocq, Director Israel Information Centre, Ma’ayan Rebbetzen Jacqueline Feldman from Bushey Synagogue, Marilyn Berg, Winner Fed Laughter Factor 2014 and Dr Tamara Wright, Director of Studies, LSJS
To book please visit http://buytickets.at/festivaloflearning before 22 October
Further details tbc
Ahead of their temporary move into Central Library, MJM presents a two week festival of live art and performance about leaving, loss and legacy
Producer Ildikó Kemény has been invited to attend the screening
Dir: Éva Gárdos | Drama | Hungary 2017 | Hungarian with English subs | 95 mins
Cast: Krisztián Kolovratnik, Kata Dobó, Anger Zsolt
Director Éva Gárdos revisits film noir classics such as Chinatown in this stylish reimagining of Budapest in 1936, shortly before Hungary turned fascist. Investigating the mysterious death of a Jewish woman, charismatic reporter Zsigmond dives into the capital’s underworld. In its brothels
and boxing rings and amidst corrupted politicians and gangsters, he finds a city on the verge of eruption.
A stunning glimpse into Hungarian urban life on the eve of the Second World War and a beautiful homage to the golden era of cinema.
+Short: 100 Faces, Winner of 2018 Pears
Short Film Fund at UK Jewish Film
Gala Screening Sponsored by
The Emanuel Charitable Trust
“Unique post-World War II atmosphere.”
“With classical craftsmanship, Budapest
Noir shines particularly brilliantly.”
Dir: Alison Chernick | Documentary | USA 2017 | English
and Hebrew with English subs | 82 mins
Cast: Itzhak Perlman, Toby Perlman, Billy Joel
At the tender age of 13, Israeli boy Itzhak
Perlman appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, where he amazed his host and millions of people at home with his virtuosic violin performance. Since then he has become one of the world’s best known, and loved, musicians. This documentary follows Perlman, now 73, as he continues
to perform and teach. Despite his equally famous friends and collaborators, Perlman
didn’t lose his Israeli informality, which makes both him and this film so delightful.
A must-watch for music lovers.
Sponsored by Friends of the UK Jewish Film Festival
UK PREMIERE OFFICIAL SELECTION DOC NYC 2017 WINNER AUDIENCE AWARD MIAMI JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL 2018
WINNER JURY PRIZE ATLANTA JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL