NJJFF: Closing Film!: A Starry Sky Above the Roman GhettoMarch 19
NJJFF: Closing Film!: A Starry Sky Above the Roman Ghetto
Live Q & A with Filmmaker/Actor Giulio Base and Actor Domenico Fortunato
Sunday, March 21 @10AM
The film viewing will begin on the date listed. All films will be available for 48 hours.
Director: Giulio Base
2020, 100 minutes
In Rome, in the attic of her home, a teen finds an old picture of Sarah Cohen, a Jewish girl whose family was killed by the Nazis. She enlists a group of students, Christians, and Jews, to embark on a mission: to unravel the story of the girl in the picture. On their journey, they retrace a night of horror: the Nazi liquidation of the Roman Ghetto. What the students learn inspires them to acknowledge a historic truth: that indifference is worse than hatred.
This film is brought to you by:
Sara-Ann and Robert Sanders
FREE for NJJFF Sponsors • $12/film for JCC Member & Guest
A HOW-TO VIRTUAL:
All films will be screened virtually on the Elevent platform.
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• Watch with Chromecast or Airplay or
• Stream films directly on your computer
Films are not rated. Parental discretion is strongly advised. Films may contain sexual content, explicit language, and/or violence. ALL FOREIGN FILMS HAVE SUBTITLES. Each film will be available for purchase until 8 PM on the last day shown. Some films may be geo-blocked to screen exclusively in New Jersey.