Boston Jewish Film Festival – Censored Voices

November 8, 2015 $11.00 - $16.00 0

Only days after Israel’s Six-Day War in 1967, famed writer Amoz Oz sat down with soldiers and recorded their fresh accounts of their war experiences. For years these tapes were censored by the Israeli military. Today, almost 50 years later, the soldiers, now gray-haired, listen to their own testimonies for the first time, on camera. Censored Voices brings forth a history that challenges the familiar heroic stories of this period. Screened at Sundance Film Festival. Ophir (Israeli Academy) Award nomination for Best Documentary 2015. in Hebrew and English.

(Part of People of the Book Series)

Event Location: Institute for Contemporary Art
100 Northern Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, 02210

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Sunday, November 8, 2015, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$16.00 General Admission
$14.00 Students/Seniors/Members
$11.00 Groups of 10+ formed in advance

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