By Reporter staff
The Binghamton Jewish Film Fest announced its 2022-23 line-up and the date for its first film showing. The Fest will show one film a month from November-April. Films during the winter months will be shown virtually.
The first film will be the documentary “Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles,” which tells the origin story of the Broadway musical “Fiddler on the Roof,” and its creative roots in early 1960s New York City. It will be shown on Sunday, November 6, at Temple Israel. The evening will include a kosher dairy dinner and begin at 5:30 pm. Larry Kassan, who has directed productions of the musical, will facilitate the film discussion. For information about the cost of the event or how to make a reservation, see future issues of The Reporter.
The following films will also be shown (dates and times TBA):
- “The Automat”
- “Golden Voices”
- “Greener Pastures”
- “Tel Aviv on Fire”
“We have an exciting season planned,” said Shelley Hubal, executive director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Binghamton, which sponsors the Film Fest. “Join us for wonderful films and fascinating discussions.”