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The 24th Annual Boston Jewish Film Festival - Life in Stills
A valiant 96-year-old woman, Miriam Weissenstein, fights real estate developers to keep alive the Photo House in Tel Aviv, which holds one million negatives documenting the history of Israel. Stubborn and opinionated, Weissenstein is also enormously funny, even when bickering with her beloved gay grandson, Ben, who is helping her save her shop. A heart-warming – and sometimes heart-breaking – documentary of love, courage and compassion. 2012 Ophir (Israeli Oscar) nominee.
(screens with Spinach and Sugar)
|Where||AMC Theatre Framingham 22 Flutie Pass, Framingham, MA 01701|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–9:00 pm|
|Price||$12 general admission, $11 Coolidge Corner, Museum of Fine Arts, WGBH and Boston Jewish Film Festival members, seniors and students.|
More About AMC Theatre Framingham
AMC Theatre Framingham features 16 separate screen, on which it offers a variety of first-run movies from late morning until late evening. It also features the AMC Premium Cinema and Grille, in which you can order a meal from its diverse menu and eat it while you're watching the film. Reservations are strongly encouraged for the cinema and grill.
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