|All Bright Lights screenings are FREE and open to the PUBLIC. Seating is on a first come basis and doors open at 6:30pm.
Directed by Erin Axelman and Sam Eilertsen, documentary, English, United States, 84 minutes, 2023 When two young American Jews raised to unconditionally love Israel witness the brutal way Israel treats Palestinians, their lives take sharp left turns. They join a movement of young American Jews battling the old guard to redefine Judaism’s relationship with Israel, revealing a deepening generational divide over modern Jewish identity. Discussion with directors Erin Axelman and Sam Eilertsen to follow. SJ, GD
All Bright Lights screenings and conversations have captions. This film will have OPEN CAPTIONS. The trailer and introduction will have OPEN CAPTIONS (which appears on screen for all) and the conversation will be live captioned by an independent CART provider.
From ArtsEmerson (who manage the cinema): “The Theatres of Emerson College has an optional masking policy for all indoor spaces. Anyone who wishes to wear a mask should feel free to do so in any setting. It is important to respect the individual choices our community members make regarding personal health decisions. Individuals who are experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness should wear a mask around others. Per Box Office and Guest Experience staff requests, masking remains mandatory for FRONT-OF-HOUSE personnel.”
No registration is required.
|Hosted by Emerson College’s Bright Lights Cinema Series, co-sponsored by BWC, JVP, Kavod, IfNotNow, Boston Palestine Film Festival
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