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NJJFF Extra! Event: AulcieNovember 22 - November 24

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November 22 - November 24

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Sarah Diamond
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NJJFF Extra! Event: Aulcie

Director: Dani Menkin
2019, 75 minutes
USA, Israel / English, Hebrew
Documentary

In 1976, Aulcie Perry, a gifted black athlete from Newark, was recruited by the Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team and helped lead them to their first historic European Cup championship, putting Israel, as his teammate and fellow Jerseyan Tal Brody claimed, “on the map.” After converting to Judaism and becoming an Israeli citizen, Perry reveled in the adulation of his new country — but soon took a turn onto a self-destructive path. He paid dearly for his mistakes and made a valiant attempt to redeem himself.

Live Zoom discussion with filmmaker Dani Menkin – Tuesday, November 24 at 8 PM.

Sponsored by Wilf Family Foundations

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The film will be available for screening from Sunday, November 22-Tuesday, November 24. You will receive the viewing instructions and Zoom link a few days before the screening window begins. When purchasing a ticket during the screening window, film viewing information will be sent via email within a few hours. It is not automatically sent from the ticketing site.