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NJJFF: The Euphoria of BeingAugust 2 @ 12:00 am - August 8 @ 11:30 pm

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August 2 @ 12:00 am - August 8 @ 11:30 pm

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Sarah Diamond
Phone:
973-929-2938
Email:
sdiamond@jccmetrowest.org

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NJJFF: The Euphoria of Being

20th Annual New Jersey Jewish Film Festival

PURCHASE TICKETS

NJ PREMIERE
DOCUMENTARY
Director: Réka Szabó
2019 • 83 minutes • Hungary / Hungarian

Eva Fahidi survived Auschwitz; her mother, father, sister, and 49 family members were killed, and she returned alone to Hungary after the war. When the nonagenarian is asked to participate in a dance theater duet about her life, with acclaimed young dancer Emese Cuhorka, the two women embark on a process of creative interaction on stage, intertwining their bodies and their stories. The horror of Eva’s past and her sustaining exuberance for life are expressed through a performance that defines love and resilience.

This film is brought to you by Dr. Ruth and Gerald Legow


VIEWING INSTRUCTIONS • Helpful Hints

WATCH THE FILM ON YOUR COMPUTER
1. Click on the link provided in your e-mail
2. If required, login to (or create) your Vimeo account
3. If required, enter the password provided in your e-mail. Note that passwords are case-sensitive and must be entered exactly. Use the copy/paste function to avoid errors.
4. If necessary, follow any additional instructions that will be provided on the email containing the link.

WATCH FILM ON YOUR TELEVISION (WITH NO SMART TV CAPABILITIES)
1. Open the film on your computer (see instructions above)
2. Use an HDMI cable to connect your computer to your television (You can purchase an HDMI cable from Amazon or Best Buy)
3. Make sure the correct input source is selected on your TV
4. Your TV will act as a second monitor for your computer, you can either mirror your computer or use your mouse to drag the Vimeo window onto the TV screen
5. View this YouTube Video for additional information

WATCH ON YOUR SMART TV OR TV WITH SMART DEVICE (USING FIRESTICK, ROKU, ETC.)
1. Make sure your TV is on the same wifi as your phone or tablet
2. On your phone or tablet download the FREE Vimeo app from your app store and create an account