From the uproarious coming-of-age film Sixty Six to the melancholy memoir Fugitive Pieces, the Barshop JCC’s festival aims to move attendees from one end of the emotional spectrum to the other. This year’s lineup includes forays into forbidden religion and relationships (The Secrets), a delayed assassination that hopes to achieve redemption (The Debt), and a tribute to concentration-camp survivor and Nazi war criminal hunter Simon Wiesenthal (I Have Never Forgotten You). $8/film, $70/pass, through Mar 5, Bijou, 4522 Fredericksburg Rd., schedule and tickets at jccsanantonio.org.
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