Twin Cities Jewish Film Festival presents ‘Breaking Bread’
Documentary | 85 min | Hebrew, Arabic, English | English subtitles
October 28 • 7 p.m.
Available to view October 28-31.
Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel – the first Muslim Arab to win Israel’s MasterChef – is on a quest to make social change through food. And so, she founded the A-sham Arabic Food Festival, where pairs of Arab and Jewish chefs collaborate on exotic dishes. With hope, synergy and mouthwatering fare, Breaking Bread illustrates what happens when people focus on the person, rather than her religion, on the public, rather than the politicians.
A pre-recorded interview with Mizrahi feminist Hadar Cohen, who will share her family’s story of 200+ years living in Jerusalem as well as her journey of reclaiming her Arab identity alongside her Jewish identity will follow this screening.
October 31 • 11 AM:
Live cooking and history session with Israeli-American culinary artists Dor & Ophir Haberer
To enjoy the Festival, simply purchase an ALL-FESTIVAL pass, which provides unlimited access to all films, speakers, interactive programs, and conversations that are part of this year’s line-up. The ALL-FESTIVAL pass offers a 25% discount or three films for free. ALL-FESTIVAL passes are now available and limited. Individual tickets go on sale on October 4.
Please note, with the exception of Rube Goldberg and the shorts blocks, all feature films are restricted to Minnesota viewership. If you are a Minnesota resident who will be wintering out of state during this festival, please email [email protected] at your earliest convenience to secure viewing privileges.
Proceeds from tickets sales support the Minnesota JCC’s wide range of arts, culture, and enrichment programming that engage the community in the exploration of Jewish identity and culture through film, performance, theater, visual arts, literature, and learning.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit: www.tcjfilmfest.org