Join us for Saratoga Jewish Community Arts Series...

Open to the Public - A series of fun and family-friendly events!

November 2, 7 PM Saratoga Jewish Community Arts presents as part of its social justice series a discussion of the film Mudbound, a film that depicts two World War II veterans – one white, one black – who return to rural Mississippi each to address racism and PTSD in his own way. 

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November 22, 7 PM Saratoga Jewish Community Arts presents a discussion of Partisan activities during WWII, including their depictions in film and literature.

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December 12, 7 PM Saratoga Jewish Community Arts presents a film discussion of the film Kippur by Israeli director Amos Gitai, a devastating portrait of the suffocating, disorienting senselessness of war and its assault on our sense of humanity.

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January 30, 7 PM Saratoga Jewish Community Arts presents a film discussion of the film JoJo Rabbit, a WWII satire which follows a lonely German Boy whose world view is turned upside down when he discovers his single mother is hiding a young Jewish girl. Registration at [email protected]

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