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Monday, February 9 – Wednesday, February 11
Jewish Film Festival

Eyad and Naomi of "A Borrowed Identity. " - COURTESY
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  • Eyad and Naomi of "A Borrowed Identity. "

The 14th Annual Barshop JCC Jewish Film Festival will continue through Wednesday, February 11. Two of the festival’s films will be shown every day at Santikos Embassy 14, with Bethlehem and The Green Prince, two action-packed films that explore Arab-Israeli conflicts, showing on Monday night. The festival will close out on Wednesday with A Borrowed Identity. Based on the novel Dancing Arabs, A Borrowed Identity tells the story of Eyad, a Palestinian-Israeli boy who faces issues of culture shock and identity when he is sent away to a prestigious Jewish boarding school in Jerusalem. $8 per film, $70 for a Festival Pack, Sat, Feb 7-Wed, Feb 11, Santikos Embassy 14, 13707 Embassy Row, (210) 302-6820, jccsanantonio.org/filmfestival.

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