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Annual festival of documentary and feature films on Jewish themes. Featuring 5 different films each week available to stream anytime. June 26, noon through July 1, noon (online): “Out of Exile – The Photography of Fred Stein” (Dawn Freer & Peter Stein, 2020). Documentary examining the life of this iconic Jewish photographer famous for his photographs of street scenes of Paris and New York in the 1930s and 40s. “Rose” (Aurélie Saada, 2021). Feel-good comedy drama about a recently widowed Sephardic French grandmother who rediscovers her long ignored aspirations. “Berenshtein” (Roman Shumunov, 2021). Drama about the last surviving member of a group of Jewish partisans who located the Nazi V2 missle development facility as he revisits his wartime memories and grapples with the ensuing dissociation and loss of identity. “Let It Be Morning” (Eran Kolirin, 2021) Lightly satirical drama about a Palestinian man living in Israel who returns to his village to attend his brother’s wedding only to find the road home to Jerusalem blocked by Israeli soldiers. “Shorts II” A collection of short films exploring the topic of family. A Kaddish for Selim (Jane Wells, 2022). Documentary that uses family photos and letters to tell the story of a young Jew in 1912 London who changes his name to join the British army and dies at the battle of Gallipoli. Her Dance (Bar Cohen, 2020). Drama about a trans woman, estranged from her Orthodox Jewish family, who shows up uninvited to her sister’s wedding night Shabbat. No Limits (Uriya Kapach, 2020). Morally complex drama about a pair of Palestinian theives who steal an Israeli woman’s car only to find that her baby is still in the back seat. Pops (Lewis Rose, 2021). Comic drama about the feud that breaks out between a pair of siblings over their late Jewish father’s request to have his ashes sent into space. Winter of '79 (Julia Elihu, 2021). Drama based on true events about a Persian-Jewish mother forced to question her loyalty to her country at the onset of the Iranian revolution. $12 per film; virtual festival pass, $150. Online at Film.jccAnnArbor.org. 971–0990. Various times.
Creal Microgallery presents "Team Players," an exhibition of paintings by Ann Arbor artist Joe Levickas. This series of small works takes inspiration from marching bands, the performers that are so often overshadowed by the athletes with whom they share the field. With their team spirit and synchronized movements, the musicians in the marching band play a role more focused on the success of the group, and so rarely get any of the individual glory of the sports heroes at whose events they perform during intermission.1215 Creal Cres., Ann Arbor. FREE. firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.instagram.com/creal_microgallery/.
Every Mon. Slow/moderate-paced 21-mile ride to Independence Lake on mostly dirt roads. 10 a.m. sharp, meet at St Patrick Catholic Church, 5671 Whitmore Lake Rd. Free. email@example.com.
Every Mon. Slow/moderate-paced rides, 10 to 30 miles, around B2B Trails in Hudson Mills and Dexter Huron Metroparks. Noon sharp, meet at Forest Lawn Cemetery parking lot, corner of Broad & Grand, Dexter. Free. 426-5116.
Every Mon., Wed., & Fri. 30 min. online lesson on gentle Tai Chi for older adults. Beginners welcome. 2401 Plymouth Road. For URL, go to bit.ly/UMTurnerCal. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 998-9353.
Duplicate non-sanctioned ($3; members, $2). Mon. 12:30–3:30 p.m. ACBL sanctioned ($9; members, $8). Thurs. noon–3:30 p.m. Ann Arbor Senior Center (1320 Baldwin Ave., 794–6250). Weekly activities. Check meeting status before coming.
Via Zoom. For URL, go to bit.ly/UMTurnerCal. For more information, email email@example.com or call 998-9353.
Kids ages 5–10 invited to color various scenes in the theme of newly released movies. June 15 (1–2 p.m., AADL Traverwood): “Jurassic World Dominion.” June 21 (2–3 p.m., AADL Pittsfield): “Buzz Lightyear.” June 27 (1–2 p.m., AADL Westgate): “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.” Free. 327–4200.
Every Mon. Moderate-paced ride, 20 miles or more, along the Huron River and B2B Trail. 6 p.m., sharp, meet at Barton Nature Area parking lot, W. Huron River Dr. near Bird Rd. Preregistration recommended at bit.ly/aabtsfocusonwomen. Free. (248) 880-9775.
Please join us via Zoom. Free, but donations appreciated.
(Hiroyuki Morita, 2002). Dubbed (Sun.) and subtitled (Mon). screenings of this Studio Ghibli anime about a schoolgirl who befriends a cat that turns out to be a magical prince who wants her to marry him and live in the Kingdom of Cats. 3 p.m. (Sun.) and 7 p.m. (Sun. & Mon.). Ann Arbor 20 (4100 Carpenter, 973–8424), Emagine (1335 E. Michigan Ave., Saline, 316–5500). $12.50 in advance online (recommended) & at the door. For updated schedule, see FathomEvents.com/events.
June 13 & 27. Bruce Sagan and Brad Battey lead an acoustic jam session devoted to traditional music from Sweden and Norway. All instruments welcome, no experience necessary. 7:30–9:30 p.m., in person or virtual TBA. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Free. (908) 721–2599.
Every Mon. Performances by up to 15 aspiring stand-up comics from around the state. Local comics emcee. To perform, sign up by sending a message on Instagram, bit.ly/comedyblindpig. Age 21 & up only. 8–9:30 p.m., Blind Pig, 208 S. First St. Free. 996–8555.
Formerly known as the Burnout Society. All age 21 and older are invited to watch 2 films each night, with trivia at intermission. Prizes. Tonight: “G.I. Joe: The Movie” (Don Jurwiuch, 1987). Military sci-fi starring Don Johnson and Burgess Meredith. With Transformers (Nelson Shin, 1986), an animated sci-fi action movie. Bring your own pajamas and sugary breakfast cereal. 8 Ball Saloon (201 S. First St.). Sundown, or 9 p.m.(ish).